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  • THE FOOD INDUSTRY

    www.nordfranceinvest.com

    LILLE REGION

    A MAJOR FOOD & NUTRITION CLUSTER IN EUROPE

  • THE FOOD INDUSTRYPart 1.0 Lille Region, a food industry powerhouse

    LILLE REGION A FOOD INDUSTRY POWERHOUSE

    EFFICIENT LOGISTICS Focus on the Port of Dunkerque

    - 3rd largest port in France - Leading French port for the importation of fruits in containers.

    - Intra-European flows and overseas imports of out-of-season fruit (Latin America).

    Focus on Boulogne-sur-Mer seafood center

    - Leading centre in Europe for processing, distributing and marketing products of the sea.

    - Dedicated infrastructure: “Gare de Marée” 110 quays for heavy duty vehicles 100 destinations in Europe

    ACCESS TO MAJOR AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES

    - 2nd largest wholesale market in France (MIN de Lomme)

    - 1st region in France for the production of endives, potatoes, green peas, chicory

    - 2nd region in France for the production of dry beans, cauliflower

    - 3rd region in France for the production of sugar beets, leeks…

    - Total turnover of agriculture : € 2.40 billion

    KEY FIGURES • France’s no. 3 region

    for the food industry

    • € 11 billion annual sales

    • 2,000 companies

    • 36,000 employees

    • France no.1 region for food industry exports with worldwide leaders such as Roquette, Tereos, Coca-Cola and Lesaffre

    WHAT SETS US APART • Direct access to the major

    food-processing markets in Europe

    • 78 million consumers within easy reach

    • Quality infrastructure and efficient logistics

    • Presence of decision centers of the major retailers

    • The diversity of our food industry

    • An abundance of quality ingredients

    • A full range of on-the-spot support for packaging, marketing, printing, distribution and other services

    • Specialized logistics facilities and services

  • THE FOOD INDUSTRY

    LEADING FOOD-INDUSTRY COMPANIES IN LILLE REGION

    BRIOCHE PASQUIER

    DANONE

    ARDO VIOLAINES

    UNITED BISCUITS

    MARINE HARVEST APPETI’ MARINE JEAN STALAVEN

    NUTRIXO KRABANSKY

    ROQUETTE FRERES

    COCA-COLA PRODUCTIONCEMOI

    CHOCOLATERIE MOULIN D’OR

    LA CHARLOTTE

    DELPIERRE MER & TRADITION

    BONDUELLE TATE & LYLE

    MCCAIN HERTA

    NESTLE-PURINA

    NESTLE-BUITONI

    BIGARDCANDIA

    GERBER

    AFCHAIN

    ROYAL CANIN

    HAAGEN-DAZS

    MARFRIG MOY PARK

    HEINEKEN

    HEINZ-BENEDICTA

    VERQUIN CONFISEURGELMER CONTINENTALE NUTRITION

    NOVANDIE WESTHOVE

    TEREOS

    TEREOS TEREOS

    BRASSERIE DE ST-OMER

    TERRE DES LYS

    BLEDINA

    CROUSTIFRANCE DESSAINT TRAITEUR

    MENISSEZ FRAIS

    NESTLE PRODUITS LAITIERS

    TEREOS (5 sites)

    DELIFRANCE

    DELIFRANCE

    JEAN CABY

    MARFRIG MOYPARK

    UNIMA FRAIS

    BONDUELLE

    KERRY INGREDIENTS

    LAMY LUTTI

    CORONA LOTUS CEMA

    INBEV

    PIDY LUTOSA

    LEROUX

    ALMA

    HARRY’S

    SOLECO FLORETTE

    NEUHAUSER

    CADBURY LESAFFRE HOLDER

    FINDUS MARINE HARVEST

    CARGILL CERESTAR

    LESIEUR GENERALE

    CONDIMENTAIRE

    SOUFFLET ALIMENTAIRE

    VALENCIENNES

    INGREDIA

    MAUBEUGE

    AVESNES/HELPE

    LILLE

    CAMBRAI

    ARRAS

    DOUAI

    LENS

    MONTREUIL/MER

    BOULOGNE /MER

    SAINT-OMER

    CALAIS

    DUNKERQUE

    BÉTHUNE

    DUYCK JENLAIN

    Part 1.1 Lille Region, a food industry powerhouse

    LILLE REGION A FOOD INDUSTRY POWERHOUSE

    FOOD INDUSTRY LEADERS • BONDUELLE FRANCE • COCA-COLA USA • DANONE FRANCE • DELIFRANCE / NUTRIXO FRANCE • HÄAGEN DAZS USA • MARINE HARVEST NORWAY • MCCAIN CANADA • MOY PARK / MARFRIG BRAZIL • NESTLÉ SWITZERLAND • ROQUETTE FRANCE • TATE & LYLE UK

    HEADQUARTERS IN THE REGION • Bonduelle • Holder • Lesaffre • McCain • Roquette Frères • Tereos

    + MORE THAN 70 RETAIL GROUPS HEADQUARTERED IN LILLE REGION, INCLUDING AUCHAN GROUP

  • THE FOOD INDUSTRYPart 1.2 Lille Region, a food industry powerhouse

    LILLE REGION A FOOD INDUSTRY POWERHOUSE

    1ST SEAFOOD PROCESSING CENTER IN EUROPE

    2ND REGION IN FRANCE FOR PROCESSED VEGETABLES

    LEADING REGION IN FRANCE FOR CONFECTIONERY

    A LEADING INGREDIENTS DEVELOPMENT & MANUFACTURING

    PLATFORM IN EUROPE

    > 300,000 tons of seafood processed annually > More than 300 companies > 1 billion € total turnover > 7,000 employees > Dedicated infrastructure > Diversified industry with robust foundations:

    Fleet operators, wholesaling, initial processing, canned products, prepared dishes, trading, storage, transport, packaging

    > Some leaders: Marine Harvest, Findus, Unima Frais, Delpierre Mer & Tradition, Gelmer…

    > A tradition in sugar: 900,000 tons of sugar from sugar beets processed every year (20% of total production in France)

    > A major platform for sugar exports : 2 handling facilities in Dunkerque and in Calais, 160,000 tons every year

    > 45,000 tons of confectionery produced every year > 25% of the total production of sweets in France > 75,000 tons of chocolate manufactured every year > Some leaders: Tereos, Mondelez, Lamy Lutti,

    Cemoi, Afchain, Verquin

    Turnover: more than 1 billion € < 1st region in France for potato production <

    9 frozen French Fries on 10 in France < are made in Northern France

    1/3 of the total production of canned green peas in France < 1/4 of the total production of frozen vegetable in France <

    Some leaders: Bonduelle, McCain, < Soleco, Ardo, Greenyard Foods

    1st region in France for starch production, with 70% of total production in France <

    2nd region in France for malt production < Abundance of raw materials : milk, wheat, potato, maize… <

    Some leaders: Roquette, Soufflet Alimentaire, Lesaffre, < Tate&Lyle, ADM, Ingredia, DSM et Copalis…

  • THE FOOD INDUSTRYPart 1.3 Lille Region, a food industry powerhouse

    LILLE REGION A FOOD INDUSTRY POWERHOUSE

    BISCUITS & BAKERY A GROWING

    SECTOR

    BEVERAGE A MAJOR PRODUCTION & DISTRIBUTION PLATFORM IN EUROPE

    MILK & DAIRY

    MEAT PROCESSING

    > MORE THAN 50 COMPANIES INCLUDING LEADERS SUCH AS:

    > Holder: more than 400 outlets flying the Paul banner around the world. 14 “La Durée” shops in 5 countries. Group headquarters and 3 production sites in Lille Region

    > Nutrixo - Delifrance: 3 production sites in Lille Region

    > Croustifrance - Vandemoortele: 2 production sites in Lille Region

    > Brioche Pasquier > Harry’s - Barilla group

    > More than 1.3 billion liters of milk produced every year > 2nd largest region in France for the production

    of yoghurts (more than 220,000 tons of yoghurts manufactured every year)

    > 3rd largest region in France for ice cream manufacturing > Some leaders: Danone, Candia - Sodiaal, Novandie,

    Häagen Dazs, Ingredia, La Charlotte, Lactalis, Le Centurion…

    More than 40 companies < 2nd region in France for brewing with <

    5.5 million hectoliters every year (35% of the total production in France)

    Some leaders: Coca-Cola, < Eaux de Saint Amand, Refresco - Gerber,

    Brasseries de Saint-Omer, Brasserie Duyck - Jenlain, Roxane,

    la Brasserie de Saint-Omer, les Brasseurs de Gayant…

    More than 60,000 tons of beef meat produced every year < More than 80,000 tons of pork meat produced every year <

    More than 50,000 tons of poultry produced every year < Some leaders: Jean Caby, Bigard, Herta, Fleury Michon… <

    > Delacre > Corona Lotus

    > Neuhauser > Menissez

  • THE FOOD INDUSTRY

    FOCUS ON AQUIMER CLUSTER Built on Boulogne-sur-Mer expertise in the field of seafood (1st fishing port in France, 1st seafood processing center in Europe)

    AQUIMER cluster leads several collaborative projects of research and innovation focusing on 3 main priority areas:

    1. Maximise the value of marine products and byproducts and create new resources in a sustainable development perspective

    2. Place aquatic products in the food of the future

    3. Change industry’s fundamentals to new technologies

    LILLE REGION IS THE YOUNGEST REGION IN FRANCE • More than 34% of the population is under 25

    • 7 schools and universities with doctoral programs schools of management 160,000 students, 6,300 masters’ degrees delivered each year 3,000 doctoral candidates 14,000 international students

    • 19 engineering schools

    • 10% of all French engineers are trained in Lille Region

    DIVERSIFIED EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES • A wide variety of options in

    higher education, ranging from biological engineering, process engineering to nutrition and food marketing

    • 2 specialized science and engineering institutes:

    - Polytech Lille (Biology & Food Engineering program)

    - Institut Supérieur d’Agriculture (High Institute for