The Group is developing the barley-malt sector in Ethiopia to meet the needs of a booming market
With a community of nearly 9,000 regular users, the Soufflet Agriculture application has been enhanced with two features to support farmers in monitoring crop diseases and pests.
Soufflet in brief
Soufflet is a French agri-food group on an international scale.
It operates in the barley, wheat and rice and pulses sectors, and supports wine growers.
As the leading private-owned cereal buyer in Europe, it operates in international markets through its subsidiary Soufflet Négoce.
In the barley sector, it is a key player in the global malt market in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa.
In the wheat industry, the Group is one of Europe's leading millers and an expert in custom ingredient blends. It also develops and manufactures enzymes and yeasts and is a major player in the bakery food industry in France and Portugal, and is also active in the fast food sector.
The Soufflet Group invests in research and innovation to enhance the value of agricultural resources using a sustainable development approach.
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Precursor of French-style fast food. Backed today by its new brand slogan "La Maison du Sandwich” [the sandwich house]
Offers a wide selection of products for professionals working in green spaces and horticulture.
Feed for your farmyard. Discover our blends based on corn and wheat produced in France and guaranteed GMO free.
Designs, produces and markets ingredients for the agri-food industry, and more specifically with for milling and for bakery...
Its values are: 100% French wheat, respect of good agricultural practices, absence of post-harvest treatments, traceability...
Mobile app designed to simplify the everyday lives of farmers.
“Advice and services” brand born from the alliance of Soufflet Vigne and Cemir expertise.
French specialist in dried lentils and grains, Vivien Paille is the flagship brand of Soufflet Alimentaire.
The first malt e-commerce site for craft breweries.
Breads and demi-baguettes made in Folschviller (France) and exported to Miami and New York.