Ligne Directe Production is located in the golden triangle of French garlic: Beaumont de Lomagne with PGI white garlic, the Cadours AOC violet garlic and the pink Lautrec Label Rouge garlic.
"We are specialized in garlic trade and packaging and have quite rightly created a new range: France AULX'ITANIE, for its regional development," says Florence Cabalou.
Florence explains that European markets are currently turning to new trends more focused on respecting the environment and eliminating residues and pesticides.
The success of organic garlic
"Organic garlic is popular all over the world and continues to grow. Leclerc, for example, opened its first organic store last week. This goes hand in hand with the trend for healthier products. "
Ligne Directe Production offers a fairly complete range. "Beyond organic garlic and onions, we have several types of packaging, from basic to intermediate to premium. We are working more and more with producers, and we are going to start making our own organic garlic production. The products of Ligne Directe Production are handled manually in compliance with the IFS, Global Gap and ECOCERT standards.
During the season, the company sells French garlic. "In the spring, we start with fresh garlic. Dry garlic starts in June or July with violet garlic, and a little later for white and pink garlic. We usually get to the end of French products at the end of the year. That's when we start importing from off-season producers. We also sell garlic from Spain to ensure continuity of supply. "
About Direct Line Production
Ligne Directe Production is an importer, exporter and packager of organic and conventional products. Their flagship product is garlic. In addition, the company sells onions, shallots, vegetables and dried fruits as complementary products with an organic and conventional range.
"We work with wholesalers and French and European supermarkets. Our packaging center allows us to adapt to special requests such as the customization of labels and grammage. We offer all year round commercial operations with themed displays."