“Selling before producing” – with this motto, we meet our clients’ expectations and guarantee the authenticity and modernity of our products.
The consolidated turnover in 2017 of FERME DES ARCHES was 20 million euros, with 16 million euros in the allium vegetable sector.
Distribution of sales in allium vegetables :
FERME DES ARCHES innovates again by revisiting its core range called 'C' TASTES ".
C as Culture - Condiments - Kitchen!
FERME DES ARCHES reinforces its brand in the products' range Heart "in the distribution of linear while simplifying its offer.
A clear identification of its products Origin France, by affixing a logo
New packaging more readable and fresh, new labels and new nets..
These products meet customer price expectations. Their market share comprises 40% of all the sales in allium vegetables.
Cette gamme se positionne sur un nouveau segment dit : « PREMIUM ». Ce conditionnement est défini et adapté aux attentes actuelles d’un grand nombre de consommateurs : Authenticité, Praticité et Qualité.
This product line consists of 6 pre-packed product types and 5 product types in crates (layers
The smaller package quantities with only a few bulbs aim to meet the different expectations of the consumers concerning quality, quantity and size; in addition, they increase purchasing frequency.
The tubular net packaging facilitates presentation on the shelves and increases the legibility of the label from both sides.
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The ORGANIC PRODUCTS by Ferme des Arches are “AB” certified by Ecocert for all processes from production and storage through shipping.
These products are offered throughout the year, with their origins depending on the season.
The packing style is functional to appeal to as many customers as possible.
This product line includes 4 product families with 14 different kinds of legumes. With their resealable fastening, the packaging style is very practical. On the back of each package, there are also cooking tips and recipes.
Throughout the year, our clients are offered various commercial campaigns. These are based on major festivities or culinary events and aim to increase the sales dynamics in the fruit & vegetable division.
This edition of Journal de Campagne presents different subjects and links the topic of allium vegetables with thoughts on the market and the current harvest period. The edition highlights a variety of allium vegetables, focusing on the French production.