Our 800 ML jars of spices and herbs turn into Liter pets to offer more quantity in a single product. Always faithful to its authenticity and its values, the new design and packaging reinforce the involvement of the ESPIG brand for the professionals of catering.
Our challenge? Offer you a complete range of 20 references 100% organic, 100% natural additive free. Challenge faced with Epice Tout in French supermarkets. Epice Tout will bring you freshness and quality in all your daily dishes.
Antoine Espig, our new brand for foodservice, aims to provide high-quality spices.
A new graphical identity for the GMS range for more transparent quality! The company also continues to develop in France and internationally.
Espig® strengthens its position as the leading brand for restaurant professionals thanks to product quality together with the variety of products (more than 1000) and packaging offered. A new Espig® logo to convey the brand’s elegance and product quality as well as tying it back to its history.
Cepasco diversifies its business by mass marketing jars, enabling it to provide quality products accessible to all. A hundred bottles products are added to the range of packets and blister packs.
The company moves to Gémenos, in the heart of Provence, and acquires equipment allowing it to enhance product quality. Cepasco obtains IFS certification for the first time. This certificate is issued to companies providing healthy products to consumers, complying with food safety and meeting a number of hygiene requirements.
The family settled in Marseille due to its port and a new company was created: CEPASCO (Centrale des Epices Assaisonnements et Condiments).
Frédéric, with his 4 children, created the «Espig Facilities», and distributed the Spigol® all around the Mediterranean Sea.
Frédéric took over from his father and developed a new mix called Spigol®, a combination of 3% of saffron and highly valued spices for enhancing the flavours and colours of paëlla.
Antoine Espig, from Spain, decided to set up shop in Algiers and to sell Spanishgrown saffron.