MADE IN FRANCE
DID YOU KNOW THAT VITABIO IS FRENCH AND MANUFACTURES IN PRODUCTS IN FRANCE ?
We conceive and manufacture our products in France, which contributes to the vitality of the local economy and helps safeguard jobs in our regions. Established in the South West of France, Vitabio favours the use of French ingredients wherever possible. We want to promote local farmers and we stress our environmentally friendly approach by stating the origin of our ingredients on our packaging.
RECIPES THAT ARE DELICIOUS BUT ALSO NUTRITIOUS, WITH NO SUPERFLUOUS INGREDIENTS
For adults, our juices, smoothies and pouches are made with 100% fruit and vegetables and our spreads contain 99% fruit, while for children, we have created portion sizes to suit their needs in 100% fruit pouches.
With Vitabio there are no nasty surprises: we focus on the good taste of the ingredients, with no unnecessary additions!
SELECTION OF INGREDIENTS
Origin of ingredients:
Vitabio sources ingredients wherever they're the best, prioritising local producers whenever we can. In fact, more than 70% of the ingredients used in our Vitabio Cool range are French!*
* Percentage calculated in proportion to volumes used.
Long-term relationships with producers:
Vitabio seeks to establish long-lasting relationships with its producers and attaches particular importance to building organic supply chains in order to remain as close as possible to producers and farmers.
Vitabio mentions the origin of ingredients on its packaging, in the interests of transparency. The origins indicated may have to change owing to the standards we require from our producers and difficulties in sourcing organic raw materials.
ORGANICALLY GROWN INGREDIENTS
Organic products since 2001!
A product is certified organic only if at least 95% of its ingredients from agricultural sources have been produced in accordance with French Agriculture Biologique (organic farming) standards.
What are the principles of organic farming?
Use of natural fertilisers and biological pest control
Respect for soil biodiversity (seasonality, crop rotation, etc.)
Respect for animal welfare (access to outdoors, ban on preventive treatment with antibiotics)
A ban on the use of GMOs
By respecting natural balance and banning the use of chemical fertilisers, organic farming helps preserve the environment.