Who are we ?
An history which is transmitted from father to sonsdfsfkg
Louis Salve Patrelle (1st generation), butcher by trade, invented “Arôme des Poatges” commonly called “Arôme Patrelle” then “Saveur des Potages”; as well as burnt onion pellets.
The author J.K Huysmans even mentions in his novel “in household” in 1881 “a small black bottle with this label : L’Arôme des potages manufactory of burnt onions in Romainville”.
What a celebrity this “Arôme Patrelle” !!!
After Louis Salve’s son (André), his grandson Maurice takes over the company and will run it till 1964.
The factory moves in Franceville in Calvados (14). Great: the sea!!
Confectionery just starts with Coconut Ball creation, the Roc-Dou (called now Roudoudous) – produced with real shells collected on Normandies beaches by small innocent Patrelle’s hands!!
After his father’s death, Claude takes over the company.
Factory moves a few kilometers far from Franceville to settle in Houlgate.
Now it’s Laurent Patrelle‘s turn (the great great grandson of Louis Salve – so the 5th generation) to take over the company (we told you: handover from father to son!).
Production lines for P’tit top and ice pop start.
We start working with international companies to develop our confectionery range.
The production line of Trio Top is set up.
We start production of Coconut Ball with natural colors.
Saveur des Potages got some babies!!! 3 new Arômes Patrelle® are created : balsamic, beef and barbecue.
Visie ourwebsite : www.arome-patrelle.com.
We work really hard to get the most natural recipe as possible for the Ice pop: natural flavours; fruits and vegetables concentrated to replace additives and colors, without preservatives…
The succession is assured: the 3rd and last son Patrelle in turn joins the company.
The “family” business takes on even more meaning.
We work with Têtes Brulées to develop Ice pop with their own brand.
Warning “Ice Dynamite” are here!.
Launch of our Ice pop Bio bag and the project for the Coconu Balls Bio is coming soon.