Represented on both European and American continents, GAP SA Grains & Produits has the appropriate means to satisfy its customers’ needs.


The group GAP SA Grains & Produits is nationally and internationally engaged in cereals intended for human and animal consumption. Besides its headquarters in Greng, Switzerland, GAP SA Grains & Produits has established presence in Belgium, in Canada and in the United States.

The group GAP is majority-owned by PILSTL Holding, international organization involved in the trade of soya.

In addition to its trading of various agricultural products, GAP SA Grains & Produits swiftly became a major company importing durum and soft wheat into Northern Europe.

The experience gained over the years has ensured a mastery of all stages in the supply chain of commodities, therefore meeting the highest quality standards of the service we provide to our customers.


Establishment of the company
Opening of the office in Canada
Opening of the office in the US
Opening of the office in Belgium


We give a special consideration in working with reliable partners sharing common values of ethics and quality. To ensure the commitment to these values, the company has been attributing importance to the certification of its processes for many years. In order to meet the increasing needs of our clients and satisfy global consumers, we have recently obtained Halal and Kosher certifications.


HALAL certificate provided for food processing plant and Products....


Kosher certification is a process by which a company ensures that their food is kosher, or in other words, fit for consumption by observant Jews. Kosher refers to a religious dietary practice that is rooted in Jewish tradition. Contrary to popular belief, kosher food does not refer to Jewish cuisine....


La norme du GMP+ Feed Certification scheme définit non seulement les conditions concernant la production des aliments pour animaux, mais également celles concernant le stockage, le transport, le personnel, les procédures, la documentation etc. En accord avec ses partenaires, GMP+ international a défini des exigences claires et transparentes afin de garantir la sécurité sanitaire des aliments pour animaux et permettre à des organismes de certification de faire des contrôles indépendants....

ISO 22000:2005

ISO 22000:2005 définit les exigences relatives à un système de management de la sécurité des denrées alimentaires dont la conformité à la norme peut être certifiée. Elle explique les moyens qu'un organisme doit mettre en oeuvre pour démontrer son aptitude à maîtriser les dangers liés cette  sécurité afin de garantir que toute denrée alimentaire est sûre....


The GTP Code is a food and feed safety assurance scheme owned by COCERAL, the European association representing the cereals, rice, feedstuffs, oilseeds, olive oil, oils and fats and agro-supply trade. The scheme developed by traders for traders, covers collection, storage, trading and transport of cereals, protein crops, oilseeds, and other plant products and their by-products....