Eco-design packaging

Optimised product supply chain

Production of renewable energies

Staying faithful to the seed

Making products that are organic, right through to the consumer, is a demanding process. Everything we make is living proof of our commitments to protect the nutritional value of organic plants and the equilibrium of their environment.

Close to the earth.

Our certified products originate in organic agriculture, which enriches the life of soils, maintains the authenticity of age-old crops (and even millennia old: 7,000 years in the case of quinoa, 9,000 years for Einkorn wheat...) in symbiosis with their terroirs. Our raw materials are healthy products, at the height of their nutritional wealth, obtained through extensive agriculture without any chemical inputs or over-production, mindful of natural cycles and their equilibria (plants, water, air, biodiversity...).

Quality’s the priority.

Just as an organic smallholder tends to his soil, so we watch over the ecosystem of standards, certifications, inspections, audits and best practices that frames our processes and our organic products, coordinated by a dedicated Quality Department.
  • Food safety: our production units are certified to the International Featured standard (IFS Food) for food-industry manufacturers (hygiene and manufacturing best practices, systematic inspection of incoming raw materials, HACCP safety monitoring method, risk analysis and prevention...).
  • Complete control over of the product supply chain: purchasing (direct and local procurement preferred, specifications and supplier evaluations), optimised procurement and manufacture (flow management to ensure zero stockouts and zero waste), precise and responsive traceability (from receipt of raw materials through to product shipping), analysis and optimisation of manufacturing performance, etc.
  • Continuous improvement: quality management based on the ISO 9001 certification, regulatory monitoring, training, risk prevention, etc.

Caring for the environment.

The Group's manufacturing activities, framed by an environmental management system (ISO 14001), improve their performance while restricting their environmental footprint: water-frugal processing, limitation of releases and carbon emissions, waste conversion, production of renewable energies, eco-designed packaging (no over-packaging, for instance), optimised logistics.