With this SOBEYS listing it is 13 very beautiful Rachelle-Bery organic stores and 280 IGA supermarkets which are displaying the french organic legume pastas, one more Milestone toward the conquest of the North American market.
With 100,000 SKU’s since its launch in June 2016, these vegetable soups have far exceeded initial sales targets in Danish supermarkets, in almost achieving the yearly sales in 6 months!
Gazpacho, tomato-carrot, pumpkin-chestnut; local recipes whose naturalness and flavor have convinced consumers rather deemed demanding.
After Easter, it’s Christmas for the Norman organic chocolate factory with a large order of craft subjects.
This Dutch partner, distributes not only the Netherlands in a hundred of organic supermarkets but exports throughout Europe its brand “Your Organic Nature”.
This is why the label is peeling, so it offers three communication areas necessary to multilingualism.
Great news for the salt workers of the Ile de Ré to know that their production is now marketed in 475 NETTO stores in Denmark.
The evidence that an exceptional quality can meet the the public through fair price, certainly paying a still artisanal harvest and a very careful packaging process, but without excess.
Following the Organic Fair Trade chocolate bars, here the chocolate chips & drops that will delight the Danish consumers palates.
With 500 supermarkets & convenience stores taking in the products, year 1 sales estimates is around 10MT, saying 50.000 SKU’S per item.
The implementation of French organic gluten free pasta in Italy is accelerating.
Barely 18 months after launch orders totaled in full trucks.
Coping with the international competition, often less qualitative, but also generally much cheaper, this is an excellent result that this listing in the 475 NETTO stores..
This is a very good result that this listing in the Finnish Organic chain, Ruohonjuuri given the competition already in place.
With 7.23 kg per capita consumption of chocolate, Finland occupies the 6th place in Europe, behind Germany and Switzerland, but ahead of France.
After a long and complex process of adaptation to the Scandinavian distributor brand, the French organic Mueslis made of Sprouts flakes are launched in the Swedish supermarkets.
Norwegian retail trade will follow with the same distributor.