Eurolait, seriousness in the service of food

EUROLAIT, is a company of the food industry created in 1997.

It manufactures and markets mainly dairy products (yogurt, milk) but also drinks.

Eurolait is part of the Eurofind Group.

The Eurofind Group was created in 1972 by the late Moustapha Khalil, industry pioneer in Côte d'Ivoire.

From its inception, Eurofind, present in Europe and Africa, has opted for strong partnerships with international benchmark groups, this policy has enabled rapid technology transfer in their trades and, access to international quality standards, while evolving within a rigorous industrial management framework.

The group’s industrial activities in Côte d'Ivoire are concentrated around three main sectors: steel (SOTACI, STEEL), PVC-chemistry (SCCI) and food (EUROLAIT).

Main activities

Eurolait is the franchisee of two large groups in the French dairy industry: YOPLAIT for the manufacture of yogurts and CANDIA for milk.

In 2010, Eurolait began to diversify its activities with the development of a range of culinary broths under its own brands, Maxigout in tablet and Mamita powder.

Since 2015, Eurolait has produced and marketed fruit drinks and soft drinks. This is a new step in the development of its product lines.

The investment program carried out between 2014 and 2015 has tripled Eurolait’s production capacity, incorporating the latest technologies and industrial standards. The procedures in place allow perfect control of traceability and product quality.

Eurolait is ISO 9001 version 2008 and HACCP certified.

Customer base

Eurolait distributes all of its products directly. It ensures that deliveries are made in the best possible conditions as close as possible to its customers.

For this, Eurolait has a large fleet of vehicles adapted to its activities and responding to the need to cover the entire Ivorian territory.

With this logistics, Eurolait guarantees total control of the cold chain essential for the quality of fresh products.

Eurolait supplies large and medium-sized stores, hotels, restaurants, communities, wholesalers, semi-wholesalers, markets, and thousands of shops, located in Abidjan and in rural areas.