“1:15 p.m. on Saturday”. I > The French soap opera / II > Léa & Alexandre, cocoa adventurers – France 2 – July 16, 2022

For its documentary series “Le feuilleton des Français” (2021-2022 season), the magazine “1:15 p.m. on Saturday” (Twitter, #1:15 p.m.) went to meet Elise, a 28-year-old woman from Le Havre. She left her job in communication to pass a pastry CAP in 2019 and got into debt with her bank to realize her dream: to sell pastries on the markets. Elise doesn’t know much about sales, has started in the kitchen and doesn’t know how to drive her trailer, but supported by her former CAP master, she keeps an iron will.

For this new episode signed Julie Darde, Cyril Zhâ and the 1:15 p.m. teams, return to the emergency department of the Delafontaine hospital in Saint-Denis, in the department of Seine-Saint-Denis, directed by doctor Mathias Wargon. Always the same problem: the lack of caregivers. The service is holding up thanks in particular to foreign doctors, who have come to work and fill these places left empty by their French colleagues who have left the public hospital to work in the private sector…

And also, it’s discussed at the counter, the electoral campaign…

Direction Morbihan, in Brech, where the former air hostess Magalie, 50, manages the bar which has belonged to her family for four generations. The oldest bar in Brittany, which will celebrate its 114th anniversary this year, is a third place, a real institution for regulars who meet around a coffee, a crepe or a concert. They discuss the issues of the moment: health, employment, the presidential campaign…

During the presidential election campaign, the “1:15 p.m.” followed Carole Delga, president of the Occitanie region and supporter of Anne Hidalgo; Gabriel Attal, Secretary of State to the Prime Minister, government spokesperson; Sabrina Sebaihi, deputy mayor of Ivry-sur-Seine and spokesperson for Yannick Jadot, Europe Ecologie-Les Verts candidate.

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In 2019, Léa Chauveau and Alexandre Cousin opened their first bakery in Beauvoir-en-Lyons, in the Seine-Maritime department. The town of 600 inhabitants was then deprived of shops and fresh bread.

Three bakeries, including one franchise entrusted to their first apprentice, and 25 employees later, the young couple has a new project in mind: to launch a chocolate factory, La Cacaoterie, which opened its doors in December 2021 just opposite their second bakery in Forges-les-Eaux.

Journey to chocolate lands

Léa and Alexandre are always committed to working with quality products. So they wanted to select their own beans. Budding chocolatiers have therefore packed their bags for South America. Direction Caracas, in Venezuela, to learn how to choose, roast, conch beans, and meet local producers.

For this document signed Laura Lequertier, Jérôme Mars and Hélène Amétis, the magazine 1:15 p.m. on Sunday” (Twitter, #1:15 p.m.) has accompanied young passionate bakers and entrepreneurs, who have never traveled further than Italy, in this real adventure on the other side of the Atlantic, towards chocolate lands…

> Replays of France Télévisions news magazines are available on the Franceinfo website and its mobile application (iOS & Android), “Magazines” section.


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