Organic recipes Andrésy Gourmet
Maison Andresy has always believed that protecting and respecting nature is essential and has been committed to practices that protect the environment for over 60 years. As a result, it has developed and continuously updates its corporate social responsibility policy, and creates recipes that reflect its commitments.
Andresy Gourmet now offers a range of ORGANIC recipes.
These contain minimum 60% fruit, cooked with cane sugar in traditional copper pans.
Lower in sugar, with just 48%, the Andresy Gourmet BIO range of organic jams means you can offer your customers a range of traditional, single-fruit flavours, which are still as popular as ever.
You will also find new flavours and subtle combinations, such as blueberry, raspberry, apricot & orange, fig & blackcurrant, strawberry & raspberry, peach & mango, and organic honey.
– Andresy Gourmet Organic: a subtle,original range
Traditional flavours are still very popular in the organic jam sector. Generally, consumers have a preference for single-fruit recipes, such as apricot, strawberry and orange, a winning trio both in France and for export.
Andresy Gourmet’s organic range offers
these essential recipes, as well as a range of new flavours in a 300g jar and organic honey , for buffets and luxury grocery stores that want to differentiate themselves and attract their customers.
« An original range of flavour combinations in an organic jam. »
– Andresy Gourmet organic products on your buffets, breakfast tables and for room service.
Thanks to Andresy Gourmet’s organic range, you can offer your customers subtle combinations such as apricot & orange, fig & blackcurrant, strawberry & raspberry, peach & mango, and organic honey.
Recipes in small 25g jars, designed for breakfast and room service in 4* and 5* hotels, for customers who are increasingly concerned about excellence and committed to protecting the environment.
– ORGANIC consumption in figures:
The ORGANIC market is growing by 17% a year.
French people like organic products as a simple way of supporting agriculture that protects both the planet and human beings
Offering organic products is seen as a move up market by consumers and hotels, canteens and stores.
Seven out of 10 French people eat organic products at least once a month and more than nine out of 10 at least once a year.
The amount of land used for organic cultivation is set to increase from 6.5% today to 15% by 2022..
Source: CHALLENGES, survey, March 2018
some products from our organic range
60% of fruits
52% of fruits
Peach and Mangoe
60% of fruits
62% of fruits