Frozen Croissants

We have available a full line of croissants. We deliver worldwide our croissants frozen. With this method the final customer (pastries, cake shops, restaurants, hotels, etc.) only defrost and bake the units they need for each day.

Very simple method that can increase sales and avoid wastes and old pastries unsold.

We supply the true tasteful pastry recipe.

Croissant Line:

Leavened puff dough
Light and crispy puff pastry so that you may enjoy the flavours and textures, whether you feel like a sweet or a salty treat, always appreciated with all the pleasure.

  • Plain Croissant 100g
  • Plain Butter Croissant 90g
  • Egg Croissant 120g
  • Chocolate Croissant 120g
  • Almond Croissant 120g
  • Cereals Croissant 100g

Bake in Time
From the freezer to the oven and in 15 minutes are ready to be served. Our products Bake in Time do not require thawing or fermenting time. Try and you will see the amount of time and space you can save, while keeping the same flavour and quality.

  • Plain Croissant 60g
  • Plain Croissant 100g
  • Mini Plain Croissant 25g
  • Plain Croissant Miniature 45g
  • Egg Croissant 100g
  • Chocolate Croissant 100g

Croissants the famous French pastries.

Croissants have long been a staple of Austrian and French bakeries and pâtisseries. In the late 1970s, the development of factory-made, frozen, pre-formed but unbaked dough made them into a fast food which can be freshly baked by unskilled labor. The croissanterie was explicitly a French response to American-style fast food, and today 30–40% of the croissants sold in French bakeries and patisseries are baked from frozen dough. Today, the croissant remains popular in a continental breakfast.

Croissant pastries in Portugal:

The first type of Portuguese croissant is similar to the French, and can be plain or filled with custard, chocolate, fruit jam, or a typical Portuguese cream made of egg yolk and sugar, “doce d’ovo”. It is customary for these to also have powdered sugar on top. The second version has a similar consistency to brioche, and is commonly eaten with ham and cheese. Sometimes this type is also served like toast, with a spread of butter. While the first type of croissant is considered a sweet, and is eaten during breakfast or tea, the second type is a more filling meal, and is usually considered a sandwich and often prepared for picnics or as travel food. Both types share the same name(French/Portuguese: “croissant”) but are typically found in different bakeries: the sweet croissant is more commonly found in Portuguese pâtisseries and the brioche croissant is usually found in coffeehouses.

In Italy

A cousin of the croissant is the Italian cornetto (in the Center and South) or brioche (in the North). These variants are often considered to be the same, but that is not completely true: the French version tends to be crispy and contains a lot of butter, whereas an Italian cornetto or brioche is usually softer. Furthermore, the cornetto vuoto (Italian: “empty cornetto”) is commonly accompanied by variants with filling, which include crema pasticciera (custard), apricot jam or chocolate cream. They often come covered with powdered sugar or other toppings. Cornetto with cappuccino at the bar is considered to be the most common breakfast in Italy.


On November 11, St. Martin’s Day is celebrated in Greater Poland, mainly in its capital city Poznań. On this day, the people of Poznań buy and eat considerable amounts of sweet, crescent-shaped pastries called rogale świętomarcińskie (“St. Martin’s croissants”). They are made specially for this occasion from puff pastry with a filling made of ground white poppy seeds, almonds, raisins and nuts.


Croissants are commonly served alongside coffee as a breakfast or merienda. These are referred to as medialunas (‘half moons’) because of their famous shape, and are typically coated with a sweet glaze (“de manteca”, made with butter). Another variant is a medialuna de grasa (“of lard”), which is not always sweet.

Other countries

Croissants covered with a sweet glaze or filled with chocolate are common in bakeries and convenience stores. In many Spanish-speaking countries, a croissant is called a “cuerno”, meaning “horn”.

We have a wide range of deep-frozen bakery and pastry products, prepared through industrial processes that always respect the quality, aroma, taste and textures of the traditional recipes.


To conceive, produce and commercialize frozen dough, responding to the expectations of our clients and consumers promoting their full satisfaction, fostering in this way the prosperity of the company.


To be recognized as a company that excels in the conception, production and commercialisation of deep-frozen dough.


Implemented a quality management system in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 standard, certified by SGS, the world’s leading certification company . In order to meet the high demands of the consumer, put on the market products with superior quality and easy to manufacture. We act in accordance with the general rules of hygiene, safety and basic manufacturing in this industry, fulfilling all legislation currently in force and binding, and our processes implemented in the basic instruments for an efficient quality control.

In meeting the needs and expectations of our customers.
The continuous improvement of our products and services and the consolidationof a quality management system effectively and continuously improved.
In innovation, quality and food safety of our products, giving you confidence to customers and consumers to obtain their preference.
In compliance with applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.


Improve innovation in products and organization.
Ensure the quality and food security of the products at all stages (from the raw material reception to the delivery to the client), transmitting confidence to the clients and consumers.
Focus on customer loyalty, supplying products with “traditional” characteristics and making available assistance services to the client.
Diversify the distribution channels for the products of the organization.
Invest in internationalisation.
Assist our clients in the fabrication methods implementation and promoting the products next to their consumers, ensuring their success in the market.

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Delivers Worldwide

One innovative process guarantees a logistic service with fast and efficient deliveries across Europe. To this end, we count on the experience of several certified partners in the area of land transport, through outsourcing contracts.

In addition to the various European routes, we guarantee deliveries to any part of the world, through outsourcing contracts with several freight carriers, using land routes, sea routes and air cargo for special situations.

Our functional structure allows for logistic solutions for any and all requests, with individualized treatment in relation to the nature of the routes, products and the clients themselves.

Products are made according to strict quality and food safety standards. Our facilities are equipped to ensure high levels of production and energy efficiency, thus achieving large-scale production in a sustainable way, with competitive prices and always taking care to produce the traditional flavour characteristic of Portuguese pastry recipe.

In the export area, we deal with direct large distribution clients and Distributors, providing them with all of the conditions and all our know-how for effective service.

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