Remalard-en-Perche. Rémaya fabrics acclaimed in Caen. Winners of the prize for the best Normandy mini-business in the middle school category before a jury in Caen, the students of Paul-Harel middle school will be present tomorrow at Intermarché to sell their bee-wraps.
For several months, a group of college students has been working on making bee-wraps, that is to say fabrics coated with wax which can thus replace food wrap and be used many times, without waste.
Their mini-company project called “Les Tissus de Rémaya” was selected at the Rouen Fair where the students presented and staged their invention.
Tuesday, it was in Caen that they put on their show and convinced the jury who named them the best mini-company in Norman college. The initial objective of learning all aspects of a business was supplemented by presentations to the public which showed all the inventive capacities of the college students.
Proud of their title and their invention, the college students hope to convince adults to acquire their bee-wraps. “It’s a great gift idea for Mother’s Day,” they say. Attention, last year their predecessors had spent their stock before the end of the day!
Practice. Sale of bee-wraps, tomorrow, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., in the hall of the Intermarché store, Saint-Marc artisanal zone, in Rémalard-en-Perche. To follow their adventures: Facebook: @Tissus De Remaya; on Instagram: @les.tissus.de.remaya; on tiktok: @lestissusderemaya