AVON & RAGOBERT's success isn't just built on respecting and mastering traditional know-how for decades. Our success is also due to our ability to keep asking ourselves what we can do to improve and satisfy our customers.

WHO ARE WE

A FAMILY STORY

Joseph Avon opened a butcher's shop in Vierzon in 1898. After building up a certain reputation and popularity thanks to the quality of his products, the butcher decided to expand his horizons. In 1929, he created a canning factory, specialising in game pâté (it was Sologne after all!) with his son and his son-in-law (Lucien Ragobert): Établissements Avon & Fils were born. The company continued to develop and launched a regular modernisation strategy, which led to the opening of the current factory at Nançay (18) in 1974. Over 40 years on, production is still based here.

TRADITIONAL KNOW-HOW

Duck, venison, boar, rabbit and more. Specialising in the development of game pâtés and terrines, Avon & Ragobert draws most of its inspiration from its natural environment, the Sologne region. But the company has always taken care to add its own personal touch by matching these 100% French meats and game to the best accompaniments and seasonings selected with passion by our chefs.

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