Promising you high quality vegetables is a good thing; proving that this quality is constant, controlled and recognised is even better.
How does traceability work?
Each grower has a plan for all their plots of land.
They draw up a crop sheet which establishes an identity card for their vegetables (carrots, leeks, turnips, etc.): this follows them on their journey from the seed stage to the packing station.
From then on, a computer number and bar code are allocated to each pallet and follow the products on their journey.
Finally, a batch number is allocated to each sales unit, enabling the products origin to be traced, right through to delivery to your shop.
Most production sites have ISO 9001 version 2008 (packaging) and Globalgap (production) certification.Read more
Landes carrots and Manche leeks and carrots have received the “Certified Quality Criteria” label.Read more
Landes sand asparagus and Créances sand leeks have received the PGI label (Protected Geographical Indication).Read more
Créances sand carrots and sand leeks have received the “Red Label”.Read more