Gerblé

Gerblé comes from "Gérme de blé", whose translation from French is wheat germ, one of the greatest contributions of nature to the nutrition of humans.

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History of Gerblé

It was in 1928 and in the region of Lyon when an agricultural engineer who anticipated his time, managed to stabilize the wheat germ and incorporate it into our daily diet, thus maintaining all its properties.

In 1972 the company was bought by Alain Chatillon, and since then has been dedicated to creating products related to sports nutrition, which requires that we incorporate vitality, energy and cleansing agents in our body. At present, Gerblé's distribution in France is in the hands of Nutrition & Santé.

Gerblé is present in Spain since 1988, where it arrives with its cookies, later to give rise to vegetable drinks, cereal bars and products without added sugar and gluten free.

Gerblé Currently

At present, Gerblé, directed by Didier Suberbielle, has three plants in which it produces the foods that later launches to the consumer market. One of them is the very Gerblé's headquarters and is located in Revel. Another of its plants is also located in Revel and its two main activities are the manufacture of cereal and chocolate bars as well as biscuits, while the second one is dedicated to the manufacture of soy juice and catering products. The third floor is dedicated to planning and is located in Annonay.

The brand's products reach Spain, France, Italy, Benelux, Croatia, Japan, Lebanon and Romania.

Wheat Germ

Gerblé has taken the wheat germ and has included it in all its products. Why is it? Because the concentrate of nutrients that the heart of wheat possesses has no comparison in the whole world with another food of its size. The energy we can get from it is able to transform our way of life. Thus, from the beginning of the twentieth century, Gerblé's creator determined its importance and made a team of professionals include it as the basis of their food products.

La Calidad Gerblé

The Gerblé quality does not start at the production plant, but in the way of cultivating the raw material they acquire for the manufacture of their products. In order to be a suitable product to enter the Gerblé factory, the crop must have been planted and grown according to traditional agriculture procedures. In this way, the brand assures its consumers that there are no additives in the vast majority of its final products.

In addition, the entire production process is governed by the strictest quality controls to ensure a final product that meets the objectives of fitness nutrition, which must provide strength, nutrition and long-lasting energy.