The France 2023 Organising Committee has announced the appointment of Andros as an Official Supplier for Rugby World Cup France 2023.
Based in rugby’s stronghold of south-west France, Andros also has a presence in the countries of teams confirmed as participating at Rugby World Cup France 2023, namely New Zealand, Australia, England, Italy and Japan as well as several still involved in the global qualification process.
As one of the biggest international sporting events, Rugby World Cup France 2023 will be an opportunity for Andros to showcase its expertise in fruit and diary products - products that support a healthy lifestyle and playing sport.
France 2023 CEO Claude Atcher said: “Rugby World Cup 2023 will belong to the whole of France, for the iconic rugby clubs that are the rhythm and the life of our villages. Born in the Lot region, very close to the Corrèze department, Andros promotes our regions, their wealth, their products and their players on a daily basis. Its name is inseparable from local rugby and local producers, which we want to put in the spotlight! We are delighted that all the Andros company's strengths, which are the pride of our country on the international stage, are committed to the France 2023 adventure alongside us.”
Frédéric Gervoson (Andros Chairman) and Florian Delmas (Andros CEO) commented: “Andros is a French family firm and multi-local company that has always been in love with rugby. Rugby World Cup France 2023 is a global event that ties in with our international business, and it will take place in France where our company was born. We have therefore decided quite naturally to become an Official Supplier for Rugby World Cup 2023. We share strong values with rugby. For all these reasons, we are very proud to put the power of fruit, vegetables and dairy desserts at the service of Rugby World Cup 2023 in France!”
ABOUT RUGBY WORLD CUP FRANCE 2023
Rugby World Cup France 2023 will take place from 8 September-28 October, 2023. It will be the 10th edition in history, which will also celebrate the 200th anniversary of the invention of rugby. The competition’s 48 matches will be held in nine stadiums, across 10 cities and seven host regions. France 2023’s ambition is to have a positive impact for rugby, the planet and France by delivering a responsible event that addresses the challenges of today and tomorrow. For the first time in the event's history, and in accordance with the Rugby World Cup 2023 hosting agreement, the France 2023 Organising Committee has acquired commercial rights that enable it to build tailor-made official sponsorship offers through dedicated activation programmes.
Andros is a French family business specialising in the preparation of fruit desserts, fruit juices and gourds, yoghurts and dairy and vegetable desserts.