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A plant adapted to many uses
Flax is a plant that adapts to many uses. Its textile fiber can be spun and transformed into household linens. Haute couture, for its part, has taken hold of linen for comfortable and simple clothes that stick with the ecological spirit of the times. Established in Saint-Pierre-le-Viger in the Seine-Maritime department, the Terre de Lin cooperative is at the cutting edge of new composite materials and has included linen fibers into furniture, skateboard decks, acoustic membranes, skis, pots, and even bicycle helmets. Flax seeds also have numerous health properties and are rich in fibers, proteins, and provide many minerals and nutrients.
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