For the sixth year, the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London will host a French Pavilion at the Natural & Organic Products Europe trade show, which takes place in London (UK) from 13 to 14 April 2014. A total of 13 specialists in fair-trade, free-from, health, and organic products from the food-and-drink industry and the health-and-beauty sector will be showcased on the pavilion.
From 13 to 14 April of this year, the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London will host the French Pavilion at the Natural & Organic Products Europe trade show. The trade fair is a leading event in its field, to be held at the Olympia exhibition centre in central London.
On the pavilion, there will be 13 exhibitors displaying their wide range of fair-trade, free-from, and organic food-and-drink and health-and-beauty products, including organic oils, edible organic-seaweed products, and fair-trade teas.
Visitors to the French Pavilion — the sixth of its kind — at the trade show will have the opportunity to taste and test the products and discuss possible partnerships with the companies concerned.
The 13 French-based food-and-drink and health-and-beauty companies exhibiting at Natural & Organic Products 2014 in London are listed below. Further details are available on request.
• Food and Drink
Arcadie specializes in the production of aromatic and medicinal spices and plants. The company has a wide range of organic, biodynamic and fair-trade products that will be on display at the trade show.
Atalaya was established in 2010: it produces and sells holonage oils, which combine a balance of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, as well as a variety of antioxidants. Holonage products are a mixture of vegetables and bio-oils. These products are functional foods that help to maintain health and contribute to well-being.
Caves de Rauzan
The Rauzan cellars were built in 1933 and the owners were among the first winemakers within the Bordeaux AOC (or appellation d’origine contrôlée), with almost 8,000 acres of vineyards and 300 winegrowers producing wines such as Bordeaux, Bordeaux Supérieur, Entre Deux Mers, and Crémants de Bordeaux AOC. Caves de Rauzan makes wine that is marketed under more than 40 brand names and works with 62 châteaux.
Combier is a French distiller and fruit-liqueur producer from the Loire Valley. The company is renowned for the distillation of oranges, which go into making the Triple Sec and Blue Curaçao liqueurs. The company also produces pre-dinner drinks (including Pastis and Guignolet), non-alcoholic cordials, and fruit liqueurs made using a maceration process.
Emile Noël is a family-run business that produces a large range of organic oils, including olive oil, nut oil, seed oil, and flavoured oils. The company has one of the world’s largest ranges of first cold-pressed organic virgin olive oils.
GAIA was founded 20 years ago by Rachel Revesz and Jean-Luc Alonso, both of whom were involved in natural- and sustainable-healthcare organizations. GAIA is a premier French company supplying a range of healthy bakery products made from sprouted seeds. In 2014, GAIA is launching a new range of raw food products.
Les Amis de Juliet®
The producers of the Juliet® apple and Escande tree nurseries joined forces on 18 May 2005 to create Les Amis de Juliet® (The Friends of Juliet®), an association. Today, it brings together 79 producers from all the major arboricultural regions of France. Juliet® is the world’s first organic apple. This apple has an outstanding taste, which is delicate, sweet, juicy and full of flavour. Juliet® apples are a bicolour variety, being both red and yellow.
Les Jardins de Gaïa
Established in 1994, Les Jardins de Gaïa imports, transforms, flavours, packages and distributes organic and fair-trade teas. The company, with more than 450 clients, is the largest supplier of organic and fair-trade tea in Europe; its network has been built thanks to strong relationships with producers.
Marinoë is a family-run business that was established in Brittany in 1992. The company is a pioneer in France’s edible-seaweed market, offering innovative, fresh and ambient seaweed-based products containing highly nutritious ingredients such as alga spirulina and lithothamnium, as well as agar, which comes from seaweed.
• Health and Beauty
Adamence Cosmetics – SARL ITREC
SARL ITREC, a French technical institute for cosmetic research, has been working for over 20 years creating and developing full ranges of hair-care products under the Clinerience brand. On the back of this experience and know-how, the company has created the Adamence Organic cosmetic range for the face and body, available to buy in beauty institutes and through the company’s online shop.
Located in the South of France, APIMAB Laboratoires specializes in the use of propolis and ingredients found in bee hives. Since 1979, it has used the natural ingredients produced by bees to manufacture therapeutic and cosmetic products dedicated to improving well-being.
APIMAB's products are created using unique French know-how; customer satisfaction is concrete proof of the company’s reliability. APIMAB Laboratoires sells its products under two brands – Solbeil and Propolia – which symbolize its passion for the development of high-quality products.
Founded in 1996, Auris Magnetic is now the European leader in magnet therapy – a non-invasive treatment, which is considered to be a natural pain-relief alternative to conventional treatments through soothing and restoring the body's natural equilibrium. Auris is focused on research and innovation and has a wide range of magnet-therapy products, based on four main themes: Alternative & Natural Pain Relief, Quality Sleep & Energy Balance, Beauty & Hydration, and Home improvement.
Le secret Naturel
Le Secret Naturel was established in 2002 and is based in Provence: it is a leading French manufacturer of organic personal-care and skin-care products, which are all certified by Ecocert. Le Secret Naturel's best-selling product, sold in the UK for the past several years, is a set of three natural soaps presented in a bag. The company also produces a variety of organic cosmetics, such as Provence, Immortelle, Ayurveda and Afro, which will be presented on the stand.
About the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London facilitates trade development between France and the UK. UBIFRANCE offers a wide range of services to French-based companies, so as to assist them in their business activities within the UK. As such, it organises B2B events in the form of conferences and networking opportunities.
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK is organising a national pavilion at Natural & Organic Products Europe on 13-14 April 2014. The trade show takes place at the Olympia exhibition centre, in central London. It will be open on Sunday 13 April from 9.30am to 5.30pm and on Monday 14 April from 9.30am to 5.00pm.
For further information about Natural & Organic Products Europe, please go to: http://www.naturalproducts.co.uk/
For further information about UBIFRANCE in the UK, please go to: http://www.ubifrance.com/uk/
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