Today, the way we eat is a major public health concern. The National Health Nutrition Plan (PNNS) strongly encourages people to focus on developing healthy eating habits. This is a major challenge for a society faced with the increased risk of obesity and cardiovascular disease. However, the Mediterranean diet, which has largely inspired the Sud de France concept, is considered to be exemplary.
So there it is. In Languedoc Roussillon and at Sud de France, we believe in celebrating the little pleasures in life. By rediscovering the importance of taking the time to enjoy a family dinner, a romantic lunch for two or an impromptu drink with friends, Sud de France has put people at the center of its approach.