New Crop

The first batches of new shallots are starting to be delivered to our stations.


We are delighted to inform you that we have renewed our commitment to BEE FRIENDLY label. A total of 12 farms have opted for this certification.

Shallot Rally

This year, the traditional shallot rally was held on the 8th of June with Claire Gouez from Chamber of Agriculture of St-Pol-de-Léon and numerous producers.

weed control training

The 25th of January 2023, a dozen of our Traditional shallots and Roscoff onion growers gathered to exchange about the different means to control the expansion of the weeds at the level of the farm.

France: The traditional shallot of Brittany wants its PGI

Asserting the identity of the traditional shallot of Brittany, obtaining a recognition of its origin and quality in order to guide consumers, protect producers and maintain activity and employment in the region. This is the goal of the collective… Read more

News about the shallot fields

After being planted in excellent conditions, the Traditional shallot crops developed very well thanks to the combined action of strong sunshine and planting on mulch allowing the maintenance of relative humidity at the roots level.

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BEE FRIENDLY Partnership

DANIEL CADIOU and the BEE FRIENDLY label have signed a direct partnership agreement on last February 21st.

New developments in terms of packaging

Keen to reduce the company’s environmental impact, Daniel Cadiou has been carrying out for several months a reflexion on its packaging offer. The 1st stage was swiching to single material packaging (polyethylene).  The second stage was the design of 100% plastic-free packaging.

The Traditional shallots were planted in optimal conditions