Dedicated team serving beekeepers and pollinators

The concern for the well-being and survival of pollinators, particularly the honey bee, has transcended national borders for several decades. The honey bee, acting as a sentinel for our environment, plays a crucial role in pollination, contributing to over 30% of the world’s food production. The potential disappearance of the honey bee would have profound consequences for the global food system.

In response to this significant challenge, Véto-pharma, a veterinary pharmaceutical laboratory established in 1982, has devoted over 25 years of exclusive focus to providing innovative solutions in honey bee health.

As a continually expanding company, Véto-pharma designs and manufactures a range of medicines and non-medicinal products in France, acknowledged globally for their high quality and added value. More than 70% of its turnover comes from product exports.

With a team of dedicated experts committed to securing the future of the beekeeping industry, Véto-pharma has emerged as a global leader in honey bee health.

In response to evolving challenges, since 2019, the company has intensified its research and development efforts, specifically targeting one of the primary threats to colonies: Varroa.

Million colonies treated each year (or more!)
% of turnover invested in R&D
Colonies dedicated to product testing
Employees, including 10 dedicated to innovation

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A team based in France with an international outlook.

A team based in France with an international outlook

From our headquarters near Paris and our R&D center in France, we distribute our products to more than 35 countries.

Our products are made mainly in France, where you will also find our test apiary of 300 colonies and our Véto-pharma EVA R&D center and educational space dedicated to promoting honey bees.

This activity helps preserve the regional industrial infrastructure and generates jobs in France. We currently employ more than 80 employees, about 60 in central France and 20 near Paris. We also have employees located in Spain, Germany and the USA.

Our purpose
“Every time we take action and offer solutions to support honey bees and pollinators, we are planting the seeds of a sustainable future for people and our planet.”

Our mission: Bringing people and science together to help honey bees.

Our mission: bringing people and science together to help honey bees

Our mission is to combine our human skills and values, our scientific expertise and our technological resources to create innovative, high-added-value products and services. So, by definition, we support all the stakeholders in the beekeeping industry.

We also offer many documents and information through our Resource Library, and our blog.