Turnover: 68.252 million EUR (2022)

Country: France

Lenôtre Paris is a French food company founded in 1957 by pastry chef Gaston Lenôtre. In 2011, the Accor group sold Lenôtre to the Sodexo group. The company's services include catering, patisserie and cooking classes. In 2019, Lenôtre has 11 points of sale.

Total assets increased by 66.33% between 2020 and 2021. Societe.com lists 44 establishments, 1 notable event in the last year, and 18 mandataires since the start of its activity.

january 12, 2021 - Good management in the face of the health crisis - source(Les Echos)

  • Caterer Lenôtre down 77% in 2020
  • Boutiques and cooking schools held up well
  • Boutiques down 8% in 2020
  • Boutique redesign
  • E-commerce up from 2% to 10% of sales


At Rungis, Lenôtre trains in the culinary arts 04/08/2023

  • The Marché d'Intérêt National (MIN) at Rungis is the largest fresh produce market in the world.
  • The Lenôtre school moved from Plaisir to Rungis in April 2021.
  • The school offers a range of culinary arts courses, including cuisine, pastry-making and bakery.
  • The school has 12 fully-equipped cooking rooms.
  • The school welcomes between 3,000 and 4,000 students every year.
  • In addition to long courses for adults, the school offers advanced courses of 1 to 5 days for professionals.
  • L'école Lenôtre is planning to open its first establishment abroad, in Bangkok, at the end of 2022.

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