We are a family biscuit factory located in the heart of the small Norman village of Lonlay l'Abbaye. We have been making shortbread and biscuits for more than a century.
Since the end of the 1970s, in aiming to respect people, the environment and quality, we have been making organic and healthy biscuits.
Since 2004, we have been committed to a real sustainable development policy.
Always driven by these same values, in 2018 we launched Green Up', the first gourmet, organic and 100% plant-based biscuit brand which promotes the natural nutritional benefits of plant-based ingredients.
The Biscuiterie de l'Abbaye works day in and day out to show that it is really possible to combine passion, respect for the trade and innovation!
Our 4 wills
Innovation, Quality and Proximity
Since we come from a traditional bakery, we work creatively and innovatively, favouring quality raw materials. In days gone by, Virgile Fouilleul, a village baker, made his biscuits by hand. Today, the production tools have evolved but we have managed to preserve the traditional quality and original expertise thanks to our qualified bakers and certified biscuit makers.
Located in Orne, in the heart of the Normandy-Maine Regional Natural Park, we are proud to contribute to the economy and boost employment in our region.
Respecting the environment
Located in the heart of a preserved environment, we seek to reduce our ecological footprint. In particular, we are working to reduce the amount of water, energy and packaging consumed every year, per kilo of biscuits produced.
Quality of human relationships
We are a small 100% family business, which means staff are extra friendly and are really able to flourish. We work with local organisations to facilitate inclusion, professional integration, increase safety and reduce the hardship of work.
Biscuiterie de l’Abbaye offers its support to several humanitarian, cultural and sports associations, through strong and sustainable partnerships.
For more than 20 years, we are partners of Madagascar Solidarity Association, which helps the malagasy population and contributes to agricultural education on the island.