WE DEVELOP THE PRODUCTION OF FARMERS IN THE SOUTH-WEST
As a cooperative group, Euralis sees increasing its farming members’ potential income as central to its plans.
Reduce costs for farmers
We have enhanced our cost reduction policy to help our farming members increase their competitiveness. Most significantly, agricultural supply partnership agreements have been signed with other cooperatives to optimise the maize collection process.
Finally, we offer a transparent one-price cereals marketing policy.
Secure outlets for our members
Euralis has developed a range of business activities with partners to enable its members to diversify their production and to guarantee a secure income through contractualised production. On the cooperative territory, there are 490 vegetable producers (sweet corn, green beans, garden peas) whose production is valued by Géant Vert and Bonduelle, 444 seeds producers (maize, sunflower, soybean and sorghum), 700 cattle farmers, 126 breeders and 147 duck fatteners – with 3 million South West IGP ducks – whose production is valued by the Euralis brands: Rougié and Montfort, and 186 poultry farmers (with 5.3 million Label Rouge poultry sold in the territory of the cooperative). Since 2012, 450 South-West farmers have established a partnership with the cooperative to sell their products in short circuits in corners located in Point Vert stores as well as in the dedicated shop which opened near Bordeaux in 2019. This “Table des Producteurs” concept is a real lever to develop farmers’ income.
Stay close to our members
In order to deal more effectively with our members’ needs, we have organised our cooperative area into 3 regions. We can thus respond locally to our farmers’ needs, which vary from region to region.
- Creation of INNOLEA, a French research company focused on genetics and genomics of oil crops02/10/2019 - 1:55 PM
- Euralis appoints its General Director and Deputy General Director11/09/2019 - 3:05 PM
- Changes to Lidea’s executive governance structure01/06/2021 - 7:08 PM
- France: EIB and Euralis sign €44 million loan agreement to finance research in new seed varieties01/06/2021 - 2:27 PM