PET is a plastic used for a long time for bottles of water and others. This plastic is recyclable, and should therefore be put in the recycle bin.

Lighter than glass, it allows a lower carbon footprint because it requires less oil for transportation. A real asset for export.

We have chosen to trade our bags for the PET jars because we realized that the bags were thrown while the pots are reused to store grain, flour, sauces ... the PET pot has also the advantage of being more practical and easier to store in the shops and in customers closets.

And finally finished the hand full of cocoa that comes out the bag.

Find attached documents of non migrated phthalates , and food grade certificate of our large pots and a certificate of food grade and circular REACH small pots. PET does not contain BPA (Bisphenol A), attached newspaper article PROCESS No. 1277.

We are waiting for bioplastic pots.


We buy most of our glass jars in a  french glass manufacturer, whose factory is located three hours drive from ours, thus less pollution.

Attached is the food grade certificate .


Attached is the food grade certificate and the certificate of absence of phthalates and bisphenol-A .


The bulk bags of 25 kg , will soon be made ​​with bioplastics, it contains no hazardous material, either for men or for nature. Plastic is made ​​from corn starch, it is not compostable, but recycled.

The 25 kg bags are nylon bags.

Attached are certificates of no phthalates and bisphenol-A .


Containers are not made ​​from transparent plastic, therefore, there  is no BPA or phthalates, attached the certificate of food grade .

FILM (Packaging for marzipan):

Attached is the certificate of absence of non phthalate and bisphenol A, and food grade certificate .


All our cardboard are recycled.  For our packages to private individuals, we reuse the cap boxes or other boxes. Particule of chock are biodegradable, unless we reuse those packages received.


We are working with our printer for labels with film cornstarch, biodegradable inks and varnish, glue and water compostable.