Quality signatures


ISO 9001 is the standard that provides a set of standardized requirements for a quality management system, regardless of what the user organization does, its size, or whether it is in the private, or public sector.


GLOBALG.A.P is an organization of the private sector which grants standards for the certification of the production processes of farm produces (including fish farming) around the globe. The GLOBAL GAP standard is mainly designed to reassure the consumers on the production processes which protect the environment, because they limit the use of chemicals while insuring a responsible approach to the working and health conditions of the worker.


THE FOOD CHAIN PARTNERSHIP. Bayer is an international group which works in different sectors like health, agricultural chemistry and high performance materials. This company proposes products and services useful for the improvement of life quality while creating values by innovation, growth and improved profitability. This group which is part of "food chain partnership» granted us its quality certification.


The BRC is the main commercial association representing all of the retailers, selling a wide selection of products in city center and in suburbs. The BRC is the authoritarian voice of retailing, recognized to have organized a powerful and influential campaign to the government and as supplier of information on excellent retailing. All these organizations are there to guarantee YOU the aroma, the flavor, the color, the texture, the flavor and the aspect uniformity of all our products.


Tesco NURTURE is a standard required for all the suppliers in fresh fruits, vegetables and salads of Tesco. It makes sure that the best agricultural practices were taken during the production. The certification depends on farmers who have to demonstrate that their products are cultivated and handled in the respect for the regulations, for the environment, all of this to fill Tesco ’customer expectations.


Ecocert contributed to the development of the organic farming in the 1990s by participating to the editorial staff of French and European regulations. Ecocert still collaborates today with the Ministry of Agriculture, the INAO and the European Commission to support the development of this mode of production.