We prioritize products, conventional and organic, gourmet and innovative, regardless of their


Room temperature, controlled temperature, negative temperature…


Basic ingredients, products to be consumed right away (snacks), differed consumption (ready-to-heat or ready to-cook)


Products categorized by expiry or best before dates

We have categorized food products by type of cold chain, from storage at room temperature, intermediate temperatures, to frozen. We have also estimated the minimum lifespan of goods for international destinations, taking into account delivery schedules and logistics.

Dry goods (Best before > 2 years)


(solids or liquids)

  • Nuts
  • Specialty oils
  • Cereals
  • Desserts
  • Water
  • Specialty beverages
  • Supplements …

Canned goods (Best before > 2 years)


(Metal containers, glass jars…)

  • Canned fruits and vegetables
  • Canned fish
  • Canned meat
  • Ready-to- eat meals
  • Desserts…

Semi-fresh products (Best before > 9 to 18 months)

  • Fine confectionary
  • Chocolates
  • Cookies with filling

Fresh or pasteurized products (Expiry date > 45 to 75 days)

(gas or vacuum packaged)

  • Cheese
  • Fine delicatessen
  • Smoked fish products

Frozen products (Best before > 8 to 12 months)

  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Fish and seafood
  • Ready-to-eat meals
  • Desserts…


Products categorized by modes of consumption

We have categorized products by immediacy of consumption, with the following segments:

  • Products to be instantly consumed (Snacks, smoked products, pâtés, humus….)
  • Differed consumption products (cooked meals to heat up)

Products destined to food service and retail

Intermediate Food Products (IFP) are cooked or prepared ingredients destined to be incorporated in ready-to-eat products or in consumer recipes. Example: bacon bits for pizza makers (institutional pack) or destined to be incorporated in a salad (consumer packaging)

Products destined to the food processing industry, food service, and retail

  • Bakery
  • Viennese Pastries
  • Desserts

Products destined to the food industry and to the retail business (bakeries, catering, and food chains)

Any simple or compound food material, uncooked, organic or conventional, classic or ethnic, possessing nutritional properties, or specific organoleptic criteria, destined to be consummed as is  or incorporated into intermediated, or finished products that are ready to eat or ready to cook. Example: fruit pulp, cereals, rice, legumes, chia, quinoa…

Products destined to the food processing industry, food service, and retail

We are particularly sensitive to international certifications




The selected products are destined to major and mid-sized food chains, to the food service industry in the following markets  
France, Europe and C.E.I, North and South America, Africa, Asia, Middle-East