I have moved to Paris for a while and I'm just getting started at settling in. I have two questions: are there places that I could by pastured beef, eggs, and milk? And then...what are the French terms that are used to describe something as pastured and/or grass-fed? Are they direct translations? I can find cage free organic eggs just fine, but I have no idea what to look for when looking for "pastured".
At the moment I buy a lot of my stuff at the Sunday bio market at Blvd. Raspail. Is there interest for grassfed/pastured eggs and meat in France generally? I know there are a lot of traditional farms, but that is kind of general. I'd like to understand if anyone specifically engages in grassfed/pastured farming for health or if there is a demand?
Also, are most butchers easy to get bones (for broth) from? I see that liver seems to be insanely popular here, that's nice!