Producing organic, consuming organic, inventing solutions for the climate and recycling to protect the environment – welcome to Tribu Ecolo’s world.
Tribu Ecolo is a partnership between idyl and nature – the brand that combines economy and ecology.
Nothing is lost in nature, everything is transformed. idyl thus draws inspiration from nature and packs its Tribu Ecolo brand tomatoes in cardboard punnets made from recycled tomato plants fibers, demonstrating its commitment to producing and packing in ways that limit the waste of natural resources.
After harvest, the stems and leaves of tomato plants are collected and crushed. The fibre obtained is then mixed with recycled paper fibre in order to make cardboard. As the paper itself is originally made with wood fibre, the use of green waste such as that from tomato plants contributes to a reduction in deforestation. And this new ecological packaging is itself 100% recyclable.
idyl is committed to responding to the wishes of organic consumers and producers who want to see progress in the area of environmental conservation.
idyl at Fruit Attraction: stand 5B01
Idyl celebrates Provence’s plants and scents by offering a range of typical aromatic herbs from the Mediterranean area.
Grown near Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and close to Idyl’s workshop, these fresh herbs are hand-picked on order, just before loading, in order to maintain optimal freshness.
This rapid response is essential to maintaining impeccable quality and delivering the Provençal scents right to fruit and vegetable shelves.
Idyl markets this new range under its own brand Tribu Ecolo, which is dedicated to organic products.
Thyme, rosemary, and laurel are individually packed along with bouquet garni, in film-covered punnets.
Also available in punnets are chives, cilantro, parsley, mint and basil. Basil is also available in a pot.
Established in Provence, Idyl offers a full range of organic fruit and vegetables, thanks to the knowledge and experience of its partner producers, who are committed to sustainable agriculture.
Morocco’s fruit is recognised as among the best quality and Moroccan fruit and vegetable producer idyl has the added advantage of being among the first to market with it, offering its produce from the start of April.
idyl’s peach and nectarine orchards bloom in the perfect climatic conditions found between Marrakech and the Atlantic Ocean. Its variety selection is based on taste and visual quality and the extra plus of being so early to market wins its fruit a prized position on store shelves.
Idyl’s yellow and white peaches and nectarines are available in all sizes, from 51 to more than 90 mm, and come packed in cardboard boxes of 1 layer, 50 x 30 and 60 x 40.
idyl specialises not only in stone fruit but also in high quality, tasty melons and tomatoes, and in partnership with producers in Provence, it markets and commercialises a full range of winter salads under its Eva brand.
idyl also offers a range of organic fruit and vegetables – from all origins and year-round – under its Tribu Ecolo brand.