Biosurya was born in a small kitchen in 1978. The founders of the company were determined to make making life easier for people demanding a healthier lifestyle without sacrificing the taste of good food.
Biosurya opted for creating products that were innovative (especially for those days, back in the 1970s) such as vegetable-based chorizo or black pudding, which soon became best sellers.
That is what eventually led Biosurya founders to go for a full dedication to develop products at a larger scale to supply a family-based business with its own shop. Several years later, booming sales led them to open a large warehouse and to acquire the latest machinery with which to develop a wide range of products.
After 40 years in the business, Biosurya is now a second-generation company reputed to be one of the leading and most expert vegetarian food producers in Spain, but still preserving the values and underlying philosophy that drove its founders to create a company with solid grassroots based on respect for our planet, a healthy lifestyle, and good taste.
In 2017, Biosurya merged to the group of companies Compagnie Biodiversité (“Lea Nature”), leading manufacturer of organic products in France. LÉA NATURE collaborates with nearly 800 organic farmers in France, through cooperatives. This approach facilitates the expansion of organic farmland and increased biodiversity. The LÉA NATURE/ JARDIN BIO Foundation was created in the Spring of 2011 with the objective to promote nature conservation and to reduce the impact of environmental pollution on the health.
Just Biosurya manufactures over 250 products, 95% organic certified, sold in national and international markets (Portugal, France, and Denmark) under the brands AHIMSA, De la tierra, and SABBIO, or private label (LIDL, Carrefour, Corte Inglés…). Market channels are distributors, specialized retailers in the natural, vegan, ecologic sector (Naturgreen, Veritas, Ecocesta, etc), and mass-market food retailers (Auchan).
End-user in the transformation of protein into products (meat analogues)
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