PREMIED Generation

JEAN-PIERRE sabarot

Leader from 1819 to 1854

In 1819, he moved to Haute-Loire, buying a mill: it was the birth of the company. The company, in its early days, devoted mainly to the manufacture and trade of sheets and then diversified thanks to the traditional milling activity.

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Mayor of the municipality of Brives-Charensac, he adds to the traditional activity the shelling of barley and oats through the acquisition of new, more efficient machines making SABAROT a modern company.

 

In 1900, the family business embarked on the sorting of the Puy Green Lens. Joseph Sabarot was convinced that the success of the company would come as much from the invo
lvement of its staff as from the investments made for its modernization.

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5th generation

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mICHEL PETTEX sabarot

Leader from 1924 to 1965

 

It perpetuates the company’s know-how with the help of farmers. In 1960, automation was complete for bagging and labelling of lenses.

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The activity will naturally extend to the entire range of quality pulses and cereals.

 

 

sixth generation

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The company, eager to develop the wealth of its region, has been marketing wildwood mushrooms for 30 years and is developing its sectors all over the world. The cannery expands its range with canned red fruits.

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7th generation

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ANTOINE WASSNER

Leader since 2016

Today, the 7th generation is at the helm and perpetuates the ancestral know-how that made Sabarot famous. This know-how, rigorous execution, state-of-the-art technologies, qualitative approaches, the selection of its suppliers and certifications have enabled Sabarot to achieve international notoriety while maintaining a family character.

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Winner for his “strategic vision”, Antoine relies on the fast-growing Veggie trend to develop new product lines. The company even offers its own blends and recipes, as well as a range of sprouted seeds and an IQF line.

The young leader intends to make Sabarot

The “seed finder of tomorrow.”

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PREMIED Generation

JEAN-PIERRE sabarot

Leader from 1819 to 1854

In 1819, he moved to Haute-Loire, buying a mill: it was the birth of the company. The company, in its early days, devoted mainly to the manufacture and trade of sheets and then diversified thanks to the traditional milling activity.

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Mayor of the municipality of Brives-Charensac, he adds to the traditional activity the shelling of barley and oats through the acquisition of new, more efficient machines making SABAROT a modern company.

 

third generation

joseph sabarot

Leader from 1883 to 1913

 

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In 1900, the family business embarked on the sorting of the Puy Green Lens. Joseph Sabarot was convinced that the success of the company would come as much from the invo
lvement of its staff as from the investments made for its modernization.

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Direct purchasing from producers, ancestral knowledge, the implementation of cutting-edge techniques ensure the company a leading position.

5th generation

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mICHEL PETTEX sabarot

Leader from 1924 to 1965

 

It perpetuates the company’s know-how with the help of farmers. In 1960, automation was complete for bagging and labelling of lenses.

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The activity will naturally extend to the entire range of quality pulses and cereals.

 

 

sixth generation

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The company, eager to develop the wealth of its region, has been marketing wildwood mushrooms for 30 years and is developing its sectors all over the world. The cannery expands its range with canned red fruits.

7th generation

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ANTOINE WASSNER

Leader since 2016

Today, the 7th generation is at the helm and perpetuates the ancestral know-how that made Sabarot famous. This know-how, rigorous execution, state-of-the-art technologies, qualitative approaches, the selection of its suppliers and certifications have enabled Sabarot to achieve international notoriety while maintaining a family character.

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Winner for his “strategic vision”, Antoine relies on the fast-growing Veggie trend to develop new product lines. The company even offers its own blends and recipes, as well as a range of sprouted seeds and an IQF line.

The young leader intends to make Sabarot

The “seed finder of tomorrow.”

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1819

En 1819, Jean-Pierre Sabarot s’installe en Haute-Loire en y achetant un moulin

1900

L’entreprise familiale se lance dans le triage et le conditionnement de la lentille verte du Puy.

1905

Joseph Sabarot donne une dimension nationale à l’entreprise. Sa fille épouse Louis Wassner

1970

Début de la diversification dans les légumineuses et les céréales.

1989

Daniel Wassner reprend l’entreprise familiale.

1990

Création d’une nouvelle activité dans les champignons sylvestres. L’entreprise développe ses filières dans 40 pays.

1998

Sabarot déménage à Chaspuzac sur les terres de la Lentille Verte du Puy. Diversification de l’activité avec les escargots et le surgelé. Acquisition du site de polignac.

1999

Depuis 1999, le logo Sabarot arbore un chaperon rouge

2011

Le surgelé et le sec sont regroupés dans une première extension à Chaspuzac.

2015

Deuxième extension de 2 500 m2 pour les céréales et les légumes secs

2016

Second agrandissement de l’espace stockage en froid négatif

2018

Troisième extension, création de l’activité Cuisson et surgélation des céréales et légumes secs et nouvelle ligne Doypack.

Aujourd’hui

Antoine Wassner, la 7ème génération est aux commandes et perpétue le savoir-faire ancestral qui a fait la renommée de Sabarot.

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We export to more than 50 countries

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% of purchases of Dry Vegetables and Cereals in France

We export to more than 50 countries

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% of purchases of Dry Vegetables and Cereals in France

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