Export and trade of vegetables from Brittany

Legumes et Primeurs Bretons is an export and trading company of vegetables produced in Brittany, marketed under the Prince de Bretagne brand. Our business: shipping fresh vegetables to all parts of Europe, with the sole objective of satisfying our customers.

 

 

Our vegetables come from two sources

 

  • The Cooperative La Bretonne
    The vegetables produced by our members are hand-picked and packaged directly at the farm (or in our shipping station for bulk products). By limiting their handling and guaranteeing optimal cold setting, we optimize their flavor and freshness. Our range varies with the seasons: cauliflowers, Savoy cabbages, artichokes and petits violets, romanesco, broccoli...

  • The Prince de Bretagne auction

    Since 2006, we have access to the market at the Prince of Bretagne auction in Saint Pol de Léon. It allows us to expand our product offering at the best price, and thus to strengthen our commercial relations with our partners. The auction also enables us to anticipate variations in volumes linked to weather conditions and to implement various commercial operations.

    Click here to access the full product range: http://www.princedebretagne-pro.com/pdf/catalogue-produits-2017-en.pdf

 

Our Sales Team

 

Our sales team is made up of four Sales Managers with language skills responsible for buying and selling our products. The head office where it is based is located at the Cooperative Agricole la Bretonne, close to the producers with whom we exchange daily.


To build a realistic market price on a daily basis, the team has real-time access to the auction and all the information channels necessary to accomplish the mission.

 

You can reach our sales team on +33 (0)2 98 69 19 78 or email commercial.lpb@orange.fr.

 

Adapted logistics

 

Whether it is full or mixed pallets, we prepare with upmost care every order:

  • We rely on a fleet of regional carriers delivering on a timely basis throughout Europe
  • We can satisfy our customers’ needs and deal with the constraints they encounter (specific packaging, pallet format, labelling, availability, transport ...)