At Berjé, we maintain an inventory of thousands of ingredients sourced from all over the world. This practice requires diligence, experience, and intense knowledge of the supply chain, as well as the general practices in each area of production. We have spent decades investing in the regional producers of our materials, securing regular supply of these ingredients and ensuring they are always available for our customers. From Switzerland to Paraguay, the global footprint of Berjé is a testament to not only the modern beauty of our industry, but also the contributions of each region’s resources to the benefit of the world.
Berjé is constantly seeking out closer connections to the growing regions and farming communities of our industry. From our partnership with farmers in Paraguay to our newly-refurbished distillation facility in Bulgaria, we always take the extra step to ensure the ingredients we provide come from the highest quality raw materials.
There are certain ingredients within perfumery and flavor that have endured centuries of consumer scrutiny and tumultuous international markets. Many of these have remained a mainstay of our industry over the past 150 years and occupy a special place in our catalog. There is something unique about these materials: their natural complexity and unfailing capacity to express themselves within new and innovative fragrance compounds has kept them relevant throughout multiple generations of our industry. We treasure these ingredients at Berjé and rely on the ceaseless creativity contained within them to continue pushing our industry forward. As such, we’re committed to keeping these ingredients in the market so that future generations of perfumers and flavorists can unlock their potential.