Maison Le Goff
Creation of the Maison Le Goff
The company was created by Roger and Yvette Le Goff in March 1950.
Roger Le Goff, who came from a family of bakers, founded his bakery in the town center. It was Yvette, a dynamic and visionary woman, who developed the family business with the idea of "Sunday cakes", which were a great success in Morlaix and Brest.
The taste above all
For 70 years, Maison Le Goff has continued to produce unique pastries, cookies and offer a strong commitment towards its employees and customers.
The Maison Le Goff has always chosen to use local ingredients only.
Thus flours, eggs, butter, sugar are all of from France and often from the Grand Ouest or Brittany.
Historical French Heritage Company
Their values: the love of a job well done, the strong attachment to their hometown, the desire to serve the customer.
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For all gourmets all around the world
Their wish is to share their work and the quality of their products in Brittany, France, and beyond. For all the gourmets all around the world.
Maison Le Goff is a responsible and committed Breton biscuit factory.
They have chosen to join the young Breton association "MERCI LES ALGUES ! " which works to reduce the use of synthesis chemicals in agriculture and the food industry and to promote sustainable alternatives such as seaweed-based solutions. The flour is therefore local, coming from the Paulic flour mill located in central Brittany.
They have a similar approach towards the egg sector with COCORETTE. A responsible French family business, producing the 1st French from hens raised without antibiotic treatment thanks to the incorporation of seaweed-based solutions in their diet.