The “French gourmet meal” was recognised as ‘intangible cultural heritage of humanity’ by UNESCO in 2010. French cuisine refers to various gastronomic styles derived from French tradition, which over the centuries has evolved in line with the country’s social and political changes. French gastronomy cannot therefore be symbolized by one single dish or tradition. French gastronomy has a wealth of regional traditions and typical products. Farm produce such as cheese, wine, meat and fruit and vegetables have a privileged place in French cuisine with many regional products bearing the ‘Protected Designation of Origin’ or the ‘Protected Geographical Indication’ European quality labels.
NORTHERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Quality management and total traceability of all supplied produce as well as production process.
Exclusive partnerships and exceptional produce waiting to be discovered.
Our professionalism and 40 years’ experience in exporting fruit and vegetables.
France has a wealth of agricultural land and a varied supply of quality produce.
Recognised by UNESCO, French gastronomy has many regional traditions and many distinctive products.
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands, in other words we supply to 5 countries and more than 40 towns in Northern Europe.