In Lomagne Tarn et Garonnaise, nature is full of healing powers and you will find a range of flavours to be enjoyed to the max throughout the seasons. Talented producers and craftspeople are keen to share their passion with you! To help your health, enjoy eating good, organic and local food.
The largest garlic, pearly white in colour, comes from Lomagne. Farmers nurture and care for it as part of the growing, harvesting, drying, and peeling process. The local clay-limestone soils provide optimum conditions for developing its exceptional qualities and hidden virtues.
Made from ducks reared under the south-western sun and force-fed with corn, delight your tastebuds with foie gras, confit, duck breast and other local gastronomic specialities. Discover the expertise of producers during farm visits
Like white garlic, hazelnuts need to be grown in the clay-limestone soils of the Lomagne Tarn et Garonnaise to produce excellent quality fruits that are well-known for their energy input, as well as being a source of dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals. The Lomagne region produces 800 tonnes of fruit per year. Hazelnuts are really good for your health.