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Feeding people well is the most essential job in the world. It is our mission, and we are proud of it.

Feeding people well is the most essential job in the world. It is our mission, and we are proud of it.

Eureden, a co-operative agri-food group from Brittany

The merger of Triskalia and the d’aucy Group on 1 January 2020 created Brittany’s new leader in agriculture and agri-food: Eureden.

Our new co-operative group, Eureden, counts some 20,000 co-op farmers and 9000 employees, all united around the shared vision of healthy, responsible food for all, with an ongoing concern for meeting the expectations of consumers and society as a whole.

> 20,000

co-operative farmers

> 300

retail outlets

> 3

billion in turn-over

> 9,000

employees

> 60

industrial sites

Eureden, committed to people and the planet

Together, we, the co-operative farmers and employees of Eureden, are optimistically and enthusiastically committed to taking up the social, economic and environmental challenges facing society today. In a context of the agricultural and food transition in which we intend to play an active role, we innovate to support our co-op members in the shift towards diversified, sustainable agriculture and to develop high quality food which is accessible to all. Because we are aware of our environmental responsibilities, we are committed to reducing the impact of our activities on the planet. As a major actor in the economies of the regions where we operate, we contribute to their development, just as we contribute to the development of the women and men who are at the heart of our actions. Built on the commitment of all our employees and farmers, our corporate responsibility is based on our tagline, “The Land unites us”, and gives meaning to Eureden’s strategic project through five different action areas.

Innovation, our strategic focus

For Eureden, innovation is a major strategic orientation for the agriculture and food of tomorrow. Taking an approach which involves collaborating with various start-ups to effect an agroecological transition, we work hard each day to provide innovative agronomic and technological solutions to our members, in the interest of efficient, responsible agriculture. And the many innovations we have developed in our products, processes and services concern each of the Eureden Group’s business lines.

One co-operative, multiple business lines

RESPONSIBLECONSUMERS AGRICULTURE EGGS MEAT FROZEN FOOD LONG LIFE GREENRETAIL CO-OPFARMERS

Thanks to our advisory and services functions, we offer support and guidance to our producers (dairy, pig, cattle, egg, poultry, vegetable and cereal farmers) on health, technical, environmental and regulatory matters. We invest in experimentation and research into innovative agronomic and zootechnical solutions capable of reconciling strong operational performance, resource conservation and animal welfare.

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Eureden is active along the entire value chain (food production, pullet and egg production, shell egg packaging, and prepared egg product manufacturing and marketing), allowing us to guarantee the quality and traceability of all our products (shell eggs and egg products).

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Within the Eureden Group’s Meat branch, Ronsard (specializing in poultry) and Aubret (pork processing and curing) are expanding their expertise in the different regions of France.

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As the French leader in canned vegetables and a major actor on the European frozen vegetables and prepared products market, Eureden is also present in supermarkets and hypermarkets and on the food service market, in France and abroad.

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French leader in canned vegetables, a major player in the European market for frozen vegetables and processed products, Eureden is present both in supermarkets and in the out-of-home catering market, in France and internationally.

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Green distribution has grown substantially at the co-operative over the last 45 years, thanks to a network of more than 130 retail outlets covering all of the administrative departments in Brittany, plus Vendée and Maine-et-Loire. Backed by this unique expertise, embodied in our tagline, “Nature is our business”, our network of shops is the leader in Brittany.

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Agriculture

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Eggs

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Meat

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Strong brands

Our main locations

Regional roots for an international presence

Our strong roots in our co-operative region of Brittany are the basis for our expansion on growth markets in France and abroad. The Eureden Group’s different branches and brands market their products around the world.

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Podcasts

What changes in work in the agricultural sector ?

22 June 2022

17 minutes

Work has undergone major changes over the past half century and over the past 20 years the number of farm managers has decreased considerably. This month "La voix de l'élevage" takes a sociological look at the transformation of the world of work in the agricultural sector, with François Purseigle, university professor in sociology at the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, director of the Department of Economic, Social and Management Sciences at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Agronomique de Toulouse.Also find, in brief, the news of the agricultural world.

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION : THE REASONS FOR A CONSTANT ATTRACTION

19 May 2022

13 minutes

For many young people, the end of the school year is synonymous with a choice of direction. Despite the decline in the number of farmers in France, agricultural education is still very popular. Between the growing diversity of training courses offered and the motivations expressed by those who follow these courses, the attraction of agricultural education is based on many reasons. An interview for La Voix de l'Elevage with Jean Salmon, president of the Conseil national de l'enseignement agricole privé (CNEAP).You can also find news from the world of agriculture in brief.

War in Ukraine: what is the current situation for agricultural markets ?

12 April 2022

21 minutes

Following the health and economic crises linked to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are new economic uncertainties facing the agricultural and agro-food sectors as a result of the war in Ukraine. What is the current situation for our markets and what are some of the palpable impacts for French farmers? Vincent Chatellier, economist and researcher at INRAE, offers his analysis on The Voice of Farming. You can also find a news brief from the agricultural sector.