A proven know-how for nearly 15 years ensures compliance with nutritional requirements, full control of production and the absence of cross contamination.
The involvement of doctors, nutritionists and food engineers is essential for the development of our allergen-free* dishes.
You will only find recipes made with fresh quality ingredients.
Our suppliers are committed to transparency and rigorous traceability thanks to the specification chart we impose on our suppliers. Furthermore, we audit them regularly on key elements: origins, processes, manufacturing, cleaning...
All the ingredients are delivered straight to our production sites in order to be transformed.
Before each production and between the manufacturing of each recipe, a complete cleaning of the factory and the tools is performed. This procedure is validated by our team as well as by analytical controls. These steps are crucial in order to avoid any cross-contamination.
Food labels can be confusing. To help you understand them better, the ingredients and nutritional values of our products are written simply and clearly.
Our comprehensive “NO” list was validated by Dr. Martine Morisset, member of the CICBAA. This list provides coverage of about 90% of known allergies and food intolerances.
Clarelia has always been supported by the following patients associations: AFPRAL (French Association for the Prevention of Allergies), FPA (Foundation for the Prevention of Allergies) and AFDIAG (Coeliacs French Association). You'll find their recommendations and logos on our products.
We believe that good food matters. Our recipes are composed of healthy and authentic ingredients simmered in the spirit of a family kitchen.
All our recipes are free from additives, modified starches, artificial colours, artificial flavours and preservatives… just like at home!
Your opinion is priceless. Please send us all your comments. Knowing your expectations allows us to improve and innovate in order to meet your needs.
* « allergen-free »: according to the regulation (EU) no 1169/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2011