The Tarbouriech house carries commitments that share the values of passion, work, respect and innovation. We make it our mission to provide healthy, high-quality food for everyone. We are working to improve our performance and maintain a virtuous impact on the environment. We want to spread an art of living that gives its salt to existence.
We import caviars finely selected by KAVIARI, a reference house in the world of caviar and haute cuisine. A range of farmed caviars worthy of the greatest wild caviars whose different varieties and taste qualities perfectly meet the requirements of connoisseurs.
Thanks to our small producers, we import fresh truffles all year round! You will find thea truffe noire Melanosporum française de November to March, but also from Australia and Chile from June to August, the White Alba truffle from October to December and finally the Burgundy truffle from September to November.
Charcutiers et salaisonniers depuis 1816, la famille Duculty a su transmettre, de père en fils, la fabrication authentique du saucisson sec, basée avant tout sur la qualité du porc, mais aussi et surtout sur une recette immuable et une qualité d’affinage exceptionnelle, grâce à l’air pur du Parc Régional du Pilat.
We are the suppliers of good tables, importer of truffles from MAISON PLANTIN.
Our exceptional SAFRANI saffron is harvested in a village located northwest of Kabul in a program supervised by the UN. Part of our profits are donated to Afghanistan to sustain the activity. Official Supplier Bocuse d'Or 2019.
Our European lobster coral is an excellent product to use for your sauces or emulsions.
We offer you quality seafood products, in a sustainable and eco-responsible way. We encourage chefs and fishmongers to serve little-known flavors among all the edible species of the St. Lawrence, in order to protect biodiversity.
Blue fork certification.
Organic certification by ecocert.
Acetis produces fir syrup according to an ancestral recipe from the Pyrenees between Andorra, France and Spain. From this product, the house has developed an original and unique range composed of a light fir balsamic cream, 2 fir vinegars, fir pepper, floral pearls (rosemary, fir, balsamic), and recently the 1st Organic Fir Liqueur from the Pyrenees. Acetis has been certified organic since 2015 and in November 2018 received the Special Prize from the Federation of Regional Natural Parks for the national "Innovate in the Countryside" competition.
Alongside its producers, Maison Dehesa gives unprecedented letters of nobility to products such as eel, anchovies, sardines, bottarga, black garlic, olive oil or even balsamic vinegar thanks to to a convergence of ancestral techniques and know-how from all over the world. In 2022, Maison DEHESA has more than 450 starred restaurants in Asia, Europe and Canada, in the very select club of avant-garde chefs. These fermentation, maturing and salting products based on an in-house slow-maturation technique have inspired the biggest names on the international gastronomic scene in the design of dishes that have become essential today.
La Baie des Saveurs forges links between producers and consumers in Baie-des-Chaleurs in order to combine local development, healthy food and thus reduce the ecological footprint of agriculture.
The Bellorr snail contributes to the preservation of French heritage. This is the beginning of our story; it all started with small-scale production. Then over the past 15 years, the little snail has made its way. Currently produced on 3 sites, 2 in Touraine and 1 in Charente, this represents more than 1.5 hectares in permaculture and for the year 2021, no less than 5 million snails will be raised. The Bellorr house therefore takes great pride in this activity because it is one of the main initiators of a sector where we are born, raised and transformed in France.
Patrick Duler, founder of Maison Duler, has been a producer committed to sustainable agriculture since 1984 in Quercy, at the Domaine de Saint-Géry. Organic before its time and ecologist before fashion, Patrick advocates healthy and tasty agriculture.