Royal Bourbon Industries prepares and distributes dried beans, ready-to-eat canned food, condiments, and tropical fruit jams. We also process a wide range of herbs and spices, as well as producing a selection of sweet products (such as puddings, fruit juices, and dessert mixes). As one of the Indian Ocean’s leading fresh fruit and vegetable processors, Royal Bourbon Industries has been a major player in the Reunionese market since 1950, helping perpetuate local culinary traditions and expertise.
ROYAL BOURBON was founded in the 1950s at the Conserverie de Villeneuve canning factory in Reunion’s east-coast town of St Benoît. At the time the factory specialised in making tropical fruit jam, and preserving the traditional products of Reunion such as bichique fish fry.
The Moreau family founded the company Royal Bourbon and took over the canning factory's activities, developing a wide range of other tinned products.1991
Following an agreement with the group CPC (later known as UNILEVER) Royal Bourbon set up a factory for dehydrated food products at Bras-Panon.1995
The brands Maison Rama (spice preparation and processing) and Albius (vanilla and dried fruit processing) joined the factory.1996
The merging of all these activities (canning, jam, dry products) gave birth to Royal Bourbon Industries.
All of the Group's activities were based in Bras Panon, and Royal Bourbon Industries started distributing the Ceres fruit juice brand.2006
'Wet' factory launched.2015
Inauguration of new production units for tropical fruit processing and fruit juice production (Tetrapak production line)