The n ° 1 of Cash & Cary in the Benelux prefers small French poultry

By denan,
Exporter au Benelux avec Denan & Associés

In spite of the more than critical situation which is that of the European food service;…

…; 55 cash leader in the Netherlands and Belgium adopts the Pigeonneaux Bleu Blanc Cœur; soon the very first to obtain an organic certification.

The sign of a significant premium to unparalleled quality, the result of hyper specialization.

In a market dominated by poultry generalist groups ; it is a regional SME offering hyper differentiated products which wins the market.

How to export the French organic confectionery

By denan,

This market is rather difficult to penetrate for export.

Indeed, on the one hand, many products of disparate taste qualities are invading the market. They rely on fad effects (free from, CBN, raw, etc.) and mass, but often to the detriment of taste.

On the other hand, whether it is bio-industrial or small quasi-artisanal series, aggressive marketing too often relegates the confectionery know-how to a non priority.

Certainly “innovation” is an asset, but when it comes to confectionery, should it come at the expense of flavor?

This is why, it is always a victory when the Bio-Pleasure triumphes thanks to the know-how, the application, the know-how put at the service of a food product. Especially a confectionery that is consumed sparingly.

The first network of Portuguese Organic Specialized Stores (OSS) adopts French-style confectionery

It’s no coincidence that it’s the OSS’s that are coming back to basics.

Product differentiation “à la française” is sought after by OSS’s in order to satisfy informed and demanders of flavors customers, and to differentiate themselves from supermarkets.

French organic food, among the best in taste and most competitive in the world

By denan,

A handicap at the start


It is a fact that production costs and the french eco-system weigh heavily on the competitiveness of the French organic SME, much more than among its European neighbors.
If it remains competitive, even in a hyper-battled environment, it is thanks to the raw materials used – from exceptional agricultural sectors – for the organoleptic and taste excellence of its products.
By virtue of the principle borrows from the French gastronomic tradition that there are no good products without the best ingredient ingredients.

Proof by private label

The proof is its ability to meet the extreme requirements of European supermarkets in terms of specifications and prices

To export organic Chocolate in Scandinavia

By denan,

Facing the giant of the sector, this 100% organic French chocolate maker is a Petit Poucet.

This does not prevent him to outperform the majors; particularly in this hyper competitive market penalized by a high sugar tax and a 25% VAT!

To export french organic foods is a real challenge

A challenge because French production costs are systematically higher than those of the other European countries.

What’s the solution?

The secret? A question of mastery

Full control at producer level of the Fair Trade Organic Cocoa sector.

Complete control of taste consistency thanks to the technical assistance and quality controls in each of the cocoa production areas.

Export organic buckwheat Pastas in Portugal

By denan,
Nouille Udon Bio

As everyone knows, soba are a kind of buckwheat pasta of Japanese origin

Paradoxical, Japanese noodles exported by a Provençal pasta maker?

No, if we consider that it is a common reference for organic departments.

Adaptation to demand once again rewarded for export

Combined with “French-style” taste excellency, these Udon noodles constitute an excellent opportunity to complement the range for this Portuguese distributor, who would have deprived of it if it had been necessary to register an additional one for this purpose.

Exporting organic products: Organic hemp pasta in Italy

By denan,
Les pâtes Bio françaises exportées en Italie !!

Exporting French pasta to Italy, a great challenge for this Provençal manufacturer

Paradoxical, organic hemp pasta (25%) exported to Italy even before their marketing in France? On analysis no. A public that consumes a lot of a certain food, familiar with a very wide variety of choices, will be the most inclined to test and adopt new varieties. In any supermarket in Turin, you will find pasta of specialties unknown from delicatessens from other countries. Innovation once again rewarded for export The agility of the French SME is the key to its export success, a necessary condition, but not sufficient. Combined with “French-style” taste excellence, it will assert its differentiation and raise powerful obstacles to the entry of competitors into the market.

Innovation once again rewarded for export

The agility of the French SME is the key to its export success, a necessary condition, but not sufficient. Combined with “French-style” taste excellence, it will assert its differentiation and raise powerful obstacles to the entry of competitors into the market.

Exporting organic products: Organic Colorful Pestos in Canada

By denan,

The historic leader in organic distribution in Quebec has chosen Organic Provençal Pestos

For various excellent reasons:

1 – They are beautiful
2 – They are good
3 – Their recipes are innovative
4 – Their prices are competitive

Et voici illustrés les principaux atouts du savoir faire Bio français !

The [young] contemporary organic consumer is no longer satisfied with the organic label alone. He wants healthy ingredients and short (the “Clean Label”) recipes that are tasty at the same time. With regard to the youngest, we speak of YOF (Young Organic Foodista). Gone are the days of the sad organic diet, it has come that of organic pleasure, gastronomic. Organic and good are the future of the French food industry.

Des pâtes au Chanvre provençale en Italie !

By denan,
promotion de petits déjeuners bio en Italie

Les produits contenant du chanvre sont parmi les aliments biologiques à la croissance la plus rapide en 2019, et aussi en 2020.

Mais est-il vrai aussi que ces délicieuses pâtes au chanvre disponibles en Italie via les grands réseaux de magasins bio sont fabriquées dans le sud de la France, en Provence, près d’Avignon?

En effet, ça l’est !

Organic Colored Pestos in Switzerland and the U.A.E.

By denan,
Exporter Exporter des produits Bio par Denan & Associés

Following Biofach

Two leaders in organic distribution inSwitzerland and the United Arab Emirates said yes simultaneously

Yes to the listing of this brand new range of Provencal colored organic Pestos.

Once again Biofach is an excellent launching pad for new products
Despite the health crisis

Innovation and commercial obstinacy were the weapons to overcome the current reluctance.

One of the arguments that was carried out is that this crisis will last a long time. This is why it is necessary to move forward as usual, regardless of the particular climate of the time.

French Organic Pastas in Bulk for the Belgian marketplace

By denan,

1st PO, a full truck load

Business as usual during the covid-19 period for French organic products with this promising new contract for organic bulk pasta for the independent Belgian organic circuit.

Bulk sales are widely established in the Belgian specialized organic circuit

A heavy trend that extends from dried fruits to all types of dry groceries and which is attracting more and more points of sale, especially the last born of organic chains like Färm Coop.