Ingredients with specific roles in your supply strategy
Dry goods, drinks and "expert" products form your food supplier's largest product categories. For you, it's the opposite: you have a stable selection. You stick to a sound supply strategy to save your time and energy for what makes you stand out.
Some of these ingredients are your essentials, supplied and delivered to you at competitive prices as part of a comprehensive supply strategy.
Ingredients and bases help your chefs ensure consistent quality—they're indispensable in professional cooking.
Some products play an essential role in professional cooking. They've been perfected through the research and development of our producers.
Designed for Professionals
Over and above their format or presentation, it's your expertise that makes these products valuable.
A Vast Assortment of Products with Specific Roles Depending on Your Activities
Common to all food processing activities, products like spices, fats, flour, and sugar, for example, are essential to all activities within the food service industry. We have them easily available for you in industrial formats.
Your Most-Used Products
Depending on your specialty, there are 5 to 8 dry or frozen products that are permanent fixtures in your business—you can't operate without them. These essential products are your priority when building your supply strategy.
You work with a few innovative products that you're passionate about, maybe a new chocolate, your coffee, specific spices or specialty flour. These products inspire you and your team.
Your supply strategy should be evaluated based on its global cost. This means not only net price, but also volume or format, inventory, time, reliability and complexity. The decision is yours.
- Baking ingredients
- Bases and soups
- Canned goods
- Coffee and tea
- Frozen bakery items
- Oil and vinegar
- Water and other beverages