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Thanks to their natural nutritional benefits, cheese and other dairy products occupy a unique place in an everyday balanced diet.

Consumers pay ever more attention to the quality of a natural and balanced diet. Europeans may want food to start by providing a moment of pleasure, but that’s not enough. 70% of the French want simple products, 62% of Germans want natural products and 78% of the Spanish want healthy products*.
Because eating well means growing up well and maintaining your health capital, Savencia Fromage & Dairy produces natural products from carefully-selected, high-quality ingredients. The group invests in advanced technology to improve the nutritional profile of its products, whilst maintaining their taste and texture.

* Source : Responsible consumption figures for 2016.


  • Milk

    The raw material for cheese, milk is a source of many nutrients that are easily absorbed by the body. By promoting calcium binding to bones at all ages, it regulates growth in the young and helps prevent osteoporosis in older people.

  • Cheese

    Cheese deserves its place in a healthy, balanced diet. Rich in protein, minerals such as calcium, phosphorous and zinc, as well as vitamins and trace elements, it is one of the three dairy products that nutritionists in France have recommended should be eaten every day as part of the National Health Promotion Program (PNNS).

30 g of cheese

This is the recommended daily portion. Depending on the type of cheese, this represents between 20 and 33% of the recommended daily amount of (RDA) calcium and 12 – 15% of protein.

  • Butter

    When eaten in moderation, butter provides many health benefits. 100% natural, it is a source of vitamin A, key for healthy eyesight, and vitamin D, which enables calcium to bind to bones.


From 2007, the labelling of dairy products changed in France.
It no longer gives the percentage of fat in the dry extract (the “dehydrated” product) but in the finished product as eaten. So, a Camembert previously labelled as “45% fat” actually only contains 21% as now indicated on the packaging. Depending on the type of cheese, a 30g serving contains between 0 and 9g of fat content.



  • Almost all lactose present in milk is either eliminated upon draining or converted into lactic acid during the curdling or maturing phases. Soft cheeses, such as Camembert, Coulommiers and Caprice des Dieux, and hard cheeses like Emmental and Fol Epi have a lactose content of virtually zero. Fresh cheeses contain between 2 and 3%.


Sought for by a growing number of consumers, lactose-free cheese products are gaining ground: Polenghi’s new zero lactose range is available in Brazil whilst Lucina cheese is now also available in lactose-free version in the Czech Republic. And in Spain, since September 2016 the Burgo de Arias brand has offered a cheese with its lactose content reduced to only 0.03%.


Whether for a quick snack or a light meal, snacking is gaining ground worldwide. 52% of consumers surveyed snack for breakfast, 43% for lunch and 40% for dinner*.
To meet this consumer demand, the Milkana brand takes many forms elsewhere. Milkana rolls out with the “Tolle Rolle” in Germany, becomes a savory stick in Egypt or Haiti, and is appreciated in China in little round shells. Always proposed in practical and playful packaging, these healthy and natural snacks are well suited to children’s tastes and nutritional needs.

* Source: Nielsen snacking survey.


Caprice des Dieux received an Excellence Award for Health at the 2017 Nudge Awards. The advantage of En Cas de Caprice is that its presentation spontaneously induces its use on the basis of small portions, so implicitly provides encouragement for consumption within reason.


Savencia Fromage & Dairy consists of two complementary divisions that are both built on adding value to dairy resources.