Independent distributor

A growing company

GRAINES VOLTZ is the French leader and one of the first independent European distributors of flower and vegetable seeds and seedlings for professionals, market gardeners and horticulturists, but also for local authorities.

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Our activities

VOLTZ Horticulture

VOLTZ HORTICULTURE offers throughout the year a wide range of seeds and young plants of flowers and vegetables for cities, gardens, balconies and terraces of individuals. These products are intended for professionals: horticulturists, nurserymen, landscapers, private and public communities. Learn more.

Our activities

VOLTZ Maraîchage

VOLTZ MARAÎCHAGE selects, develops and distributes the best varieties of vegetables, herbs and edible flowers in France and Europe. These products are intended for professional vegetable growers. Our products, both organic and conventional, are suitable for all traditional or emerging production methods (open ground, shelters, greenhouses, substrates, hydroponics, aeroponics, vertical farming, urban agriculture, etc.) and for all marketing channels (short, long, processing). See more

Voltz Maraichage



Annual results 2020-2021

Nearly doubling of operating income and continued strong growth reaffirmed.

Press release

01Feb 2023
Announcement of the availability of the annual financial report as of September 30.2022
11Jan 2023
Financial Calendar 2023
14Dec 2022
2021/2022 Revenues: 8.1% Increase
30Sep 2022
Additional information on the business and outlook


Every year, the Summer Trials held in Brain-sur-l’Authion (49) offer a real life-size catalog of fruits and vegetables to visit.

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DPEF Graines Voltz

Carrying the CSR approach high

Graines Voltz publishes its first Extra-Financial Performance Statement

Annual financial report 2020-2021

Year ending September 30 2021

Results of the 2020-2021 exercise

A successful change of dimension and a reaffirmed ambition.

Présentation Annuals results 2021/2022

Organic production

Continuous growth in demand

The Covid-19 crisis has had a profound impact on consumer behaviour. In particular, it has amplified an already strong and growing demand for organic products as well as for locally grown and distributed varieties in short circuits.