We have been growing potatoes in our family for nearly 90 years.
History has taught us that each variety goes well with one dish or another.
This is why there are more than 300 varieties grown throughout the world; waxy, starchy, all-purpose, etc.
We offer our customers a complete range of washed potatoes in bags from 1kg to 10kg, to sauté, steam, use in a salad or make gratin, raclette, mash and chips with.
We also offer loose potatoes (12.5kg box, washed)
For you, we have selected ten varieties to use when cooking your favourite meals. Discover:
Specialising in the production of waxy potatoes, we cultivate five types:
The Normandy Pompadour:
Amongst our waxy varieties that we have selected for your tasting pleasure, this is the most delicious for its firmness and excellent buttery taste.
With its rather elongated shape it is sometimes slightly misshapen which only adds to its charm. It is characterised for having a very dark skin.
Like the Franceline, the Allians and the Nazca, the Pompadour was created at the Comité Nord Station in Bretteville-du-Grand-Caux in Seine-Maritime. It forms part of our range of typical Normandy potatoes.
For more information about the Comité Nord, a potato variety research station, click here.
This very well-known variety, characterised by its red skin, is slightly firmer than the Charlotte. Excellent for making boiled potatoes, in a pan or even in the oven, we recommend turning it into a gratin.
Variety registered in 1993, it was created as the Pompadour at the Comité Nord in Bretteville-du-Grand-Caux.
We also produce all-purpose varieties, which are delicious fried, mashed or even popped in the oven:
Great for frying, the Spirit has the advantage of making yellow chips and is interesting for us because it is resistant to dryness.
Over the months, its skin fades forcing us to only sell it, unwashed, in February.
It proves to be one of the most preferred varieties with our restaurateurs throughout the seasons thanks to its delicious taste.
The variety used in our “Chips” bag, it is proven to be very good. We also selected it because it preserves well.
Moreover, it was created at the Comité Nord Station in Bretteville-du-Grand-Caux in Seine-Maritime. For more information, click here.