Farmers in Jersey are representing the island at one of the biggest French agricultural shows.
The "Salon International de l'Agriculture" attracts more than 600,000 visitors a year.
It is the seventh time Jersey has showcased farming goods at the event - including black butter, cider, salted caramel, pork pies and new locally produced Biltong.
The island's Economic Development Minister says the most important products to promote at the event are: Jersey Lobster, Jersey Oyster, Jersey Royals and Jersey Dairy.
It's hoped Jersey's stand can promote our local produce and to promote Jersey as a holiday destination.