The Swedish importer with which Jean-Marc Denan concluded a partnership is specialized in the refining and the distribution of French cheeses to the specialist stores and the catering industry. A promising beginning for this Pyrenean cheese dairy farm which gave its development export to Jean-Marc Denan at the end of 2009.
I export French speciality cheeses in many many countries for about 10 years; including very typical one like the extraordinary AOC goat cheese "Banon".
Le Larry dairy (Gand, Belgium) specialises in all sorts of organic goat cheese; various recipes, spiced or plain, come in a great choice of formats. Surely this range both extensive and original had what it takes to seduce Germany’s main distributor for cheese specialities.
Beautiful result for the Mount Aiguile dairy farm which has just dashed in the export with Denan and Asso. that this German listing with this #1 german distributor of French cheeses. Mountain as well as Organic cheeses seduced this importer by their authenticity.
Brilat-Savarin, creation of the XVIII century eponymic gastronome who wrote the ” Physiology of the Taste ” pursues its conquest of the world of the gastronomes and gains the Spanish connoisseurs.
Goat Cheese from Banon hits the headlines of the folder of Kweker, a dutch chain of cash and carry. A proof furthermore than the authenticity, the quality and the high price of our Provençal speciality cheeses are qualified for food services.
Following a very successfull trial in spring 2003, DELHAIZE will be displaying for the Christmas period an other delicious raw goat milk cheese from FROMAGERIE DE BANON : the TOME.
The Belgium retailer Delhaize have listed 2 goat cheeses from the Fromagerie de Banon.
The products will be launched during spring 2003.
A big hit for this specialty cheese which have just got its AOC (07/2003) :
TASTE THE DIFFERENCE, the most inaccessible UK own label for a French supplier, specially talking about raw milk cheese!
Along with Waitrose Banon is now displayed within the 2 most high profile UK retail network with a total of 600 stores!
Waitrose is probably the most innovative and quality oriented retailer in UK.
That is why it was clear for the buyer that the BANON to be sold under the Waitrose Premium own label “Waitrose select” could not be a copy but the real one Banon, the AOC.
The buyer picked up the most famous BANON? the one wrapped in chestnut leaves and tighten with Raffia.
The Waitrose Select BANON? displayed in a wooden tray marked Provence was launched in April, sales are really good according to the buyer about 1000 a week in 100 stores.
“WAITROSE SELECT”, the prestigious label enhance the delicious unpasteurised goat milk cheese from Provence. She tells all the UK connoisseurs to try the very best of the goat cheese.
A parnership very successfull as 1000 BANON are sold each week in only 76 Waitrose stores.
BANON, really a hot hit n UK!!