Turnover: 19.508 million EUR (2021)

Country: France

Reaute Chocolats was founded by Roland and Madeleine RÉAUTÉ in Château-Gontier-sur-Mayenne, starting out as a family-run bakery and patisserie. In 1989, the decision to specialize in chocolate led to partnerships with renowned delicatessens such as Hédiard, La Tour d'Argent and Maxim's.

In 1998, the opening of the first store marked the beginning of the network's expansion. In 2015, the BUTON family group acquired the company, boosting its development. By 2023, Reaute Chocolats has 62 stores in France, demonstrating significant growth under the BUTON Group's management.

The company focuses on artisanal quality and adaptation to market trends, remaining a notable player in the French chocolate sector.

Studies mentioning this company

The chocolate and chocolate factory market - France

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BUTON family

Management

  • FITECO
    Statutory Auditor
  • SAVEURS & DELICES
    Chairman