Etablissements René Neymann
|Type||Société à responsabilité limitée|
|Key people||Jean-Claude Neymann (General manager)|
|Products||Unleavened bread, special bread, matzo|
|Employees||17 (end 2009)|
Etablissement René Neymann is a French company founded in 1850 that makes unleavened bread. It is the oldest company of unleavened bread operating in France. The general manager is Jean-Claude Neymann, who represents the 5th generation of managers of this familial and artisanal[clarification needed] company.
Etablissement René Neymann was founded in 1850 in Odratzheim by Salomon Neymann. In 1870, Salomon Neymann and his son, Benoit Neymann, moved to Wasselonne. In 1930, the firm began to sell unleavened bread to the non-religious public. The production stopped during the Second World War, René Neymann restarted the company in 1948.