A brand rooted in the history of Nantes
The vinegar factory from Bretagne
Heritage of the Pays de la Loire
The founding of Caroff vinegar factory dates back to 1952. Gilbert Caroff created his business in Chantenay neighbourhood, in Nantes city center and first called it the vinegar factory of Bretagne. Today, the company is the last food industry still active in the Bas-Chantenay.
In 1971, the company changed its name and became the Compagnie Française de Condiments, and then eventually became Caroff Frères et Cie in 1983.
The business activity consists in manufacturing and conditioning white wine, red wine, cider and beetroot alcohol vinegar. The wine comes from different regions: Nantes, Bordeaux, Angers and Tours, and the cider from Bretagne and Normandie.
Caroff is a historic range of products, essentially made for mass distribution.
Well-known for its beneficial effects on health, cider vinegar is also a great ally in the kitchen. You can use it to prepare vinaigrettes, to deglaze meat, to enhance fish flavour, to preserve the vegetables’ colours and so much more!
Red wine vinegar is also ideal to deglaze red meat. As for the raspberry vinegar, it is perfect to season a vegetable salad and the shallot one will be perfect with seafood!