Exporter produits bio


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 !

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.

Organic food supplements in Italy

By denan,


In the middle of the pandemic, the organic trade did not give up on innovation. This project launched at Biofach 2020 was completed in 30 days. The products will be in store at the very beginning of spring.

Innovation, the main fuel for successful export


While the market is crowded – that of organic food supplements – the extremely tense period, this range is listed as a priority because it brings real qualitative innovation to the market segment.

French Gluten Free Organic is exported to the specialized German network

By denan,

Innovation in organic legumes with lentil and pea couscous

After Spain, it is Germany which adopts this innovation.

Flavors and authenticity, the master assets of the French food manufacturers

Once again, it is an innovative French SME that brings a new mode of consumption of organic proteins that is both authentic, practical and tasty.

Development of the French organic cereals and legumes supply chain

The ancient small spelled from Haute Provence for example.

How to export Organic French pastries

By denan,

Organic Breton spice breads at Biomercado – the biggest organic Portuguese supermarket – and Celeiro the most important organic network (45 stores)

In order to export pastry, the recipes must be approved. But prior to a full-scale commercialization throughout the network; it is also a question of testing the willingness to pay of Portuguese consumers. Indeed, these pastries whose weights have been downsized in order to reduce the RSP (VAT 23%) remain more expensive than the average radius.

Two great assets to export the French bakery French pastry

Taste, organoleptic quality as well as recipe and ingredients without any equivalent on the market are needed. all the more so when it results more flavors & pleasure for … a lower than average sugar level.

Once again it is qualitative innovation that makes it possible to penetrate a very competitive and price-oriented market and to create barriers to competition.

French Organic Pastas in Canada

By denan,

The French organic agro-food know-how Bio recognized even in terms of … Pasta!

It’s is a Provençal manufacturer who made it with this leader in organic distribution.

Thus, this success brings to 7 the number of organic pasts displayed in the retail trade. It is therefore with a representative range of the catalog – 3 gluten-free organic pasta, 2 egg pasta and 2 Gourmet flavored pasta – that this Provençal manufacturer has consolidated its position.

Organic AND Delicious : The winning combo of the French food industry

This is not at random, but the result of a know-how based on the adaptation of production processes to each type of raw materials, the respect of their physical properties and the optimization of their taste potential.

Indeed, where a transalpine manufacturer for example will use the same type of line and process for all types of pasta; this manufacturer uses different ones suitable for every production.

What strengthen the local partnership since it is the brand of distributer that was adopted

A French manufacturer exports gluten-free organic couscous to Spain

By denan,

Innovation at Biofach 2019, the first 100% couscous with legumes available in Europe

Export the gluten-free organic to the French. It is done, these couscous mono-varietal (lentils, chickpeas) ready in 5 minutes have aroused great interest in Biofach 2019.

And besides, the first listing fells just two months later.

It is a Spanish chain of a hundred organic supermarkets that was the first to decide.

After the pasta 100% Légumineuse, this French SME knows a new success story export by innovation
Indeed, other Bio distribution networks; in Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark and Germany have announced their intentions to follow suit before spring.

Nature & progrès “Ile de Ré” sea salts into the Benelux organic network

By denan,

Organic salt?

Salt is considered as a mineral and therefore it cannot be certified from organic farming; but a recent European rule will allow sea salts to be so, by 2021.

In the meantime, a raw sea salt accredited by Nature & Progrès mixed with organic dehydrated spices and plants is organic-certifiable; this is the case of this range which found a distributor in the Belgium-Nederland-Luxemborg area (BENELUX); an ultra-dynamic market of nearly 30 million consumers who are keen on Bio.

Why the Ile de Ré?

By its geographical configuration, its eco-system and its mode of inland harvesting sea salts; this territory is naturally protected from the risks of both terrestrial and maritime pollution (oil spills). This is why it is recognized by the certification bodies as a salt that is fully compatible with the Organic reference system.