Bruyerre

1909

Sir François Léon Bruyerre starts the sale of colonial products like dried fruits, sugar, vanilla sticks.

1922

He buys a former cookie factory in Gosselies and starts the manufacturing of pralines, candies and basic products intended for the bakery-pastry in Belgium.

After the war

The second generation comes after François-Léon Bruyerre and extends the range of products by adding the equipment of workshops and the store. 

1978

In a constant concern of customer service, the after-sales service 24h/24 and 7/7 is inaugurated.

2001

In view of its success, the company moves into new facilities of 7,500 m2 in Gosselies and creates a new workshop meet current HACCP standards.

2011

The chocolate maker Bruyerre settles down on the Grand Place of Bruxelles.
Itinerary

2012

After the shop of the Grand Place, a new shop is open in the “rue au Beurre” in Brussels. 
Itinerary

2013

Opening of a new point of sale in Bruges.
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2014

Opening of a first point of sale Bruyerre in China, Wuxi.