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Créé en 1944, ALPINA SAVOIE est le plus ancien fabricant français de pâtes et de semoule. La marque conjugue recettes d'hier et envies d'aujourd'hui pour développer une offre qui combine qualité et originalité.
Founded by Pierre Delpeyrat in 1890, the Maison Delpeyrat is specialized in duck and ham products preparation. The company combines passion and savoir-faire to provide the best products.
Maison Fayard get inspired by centuries of savoir-faire, passion of good food and love of terroir. The Maison carefully selects the best raw material where it can be found all over France to propose the best products, from delicatessen to grocery.
A passion, a terroir, a family. The love of the Valette Family for the gastronomy was born 101 years ago at Saint-Clair, a small town located in Quercy-Périgord. It cooking comes from the heart, it is authentic, generous, inspired by ancestors recipes... It sublimes Valette products since 1920.
Founded in 1937, Henri Raffin is located at La Rochette, in the Savoy region. Its traditional specialities are the result of more than 80 years of know-how. Henri Raffin offers quality charcuterie made of fresh and carefully chosen meats.
Depuis 1856, CASSEGRAIN transforme les légumes en plats raffinés et gourmands. La marque propose désormais une large gamme de recettes savoureuses et de produits variés.
DUCS DE GASCOGNE
Since 1953, Ducs de Gascogne is a manufacturer of foies gras products, and special dishes from the South-West of France. The goose and duck foies gras have been rewarded several time during the “Concours Général Agricole” in Paris.
Maistres Occitans is a local union of South-Westerns productors located in Gramat, in the heart of the Lot since 1975. Specialized in Duck, those productors offer a wide choice of quality products in order to meet every desires.
COMTESSE DU BARRY
Comtesse du Barry proposes a whole range of exceptional french gastronomic products. The brand has developed a real legitimacy around the foies gras products over the years.
Based in Alsace in the East of France, Edouard Artzner is the oldest french foie gras manufacturer and the first which cooked it in terracotta terrine dishes. Slowly cooked at a low temperature, the foie gras thus retains all its quality and all its flavors.
Since several generations, Tentation Gastronomique signs quality products with the greatest care according to a traditional process.
In 1890, in a small Savoie village in Maurienne, Joseph Opinel invented the pocket knife that now bears his name. The Opinel company is still run by the descendants of Joseph Opinel and manufactures items whose quality has made the brand famous for nearly 130 years.
Galibier is a brand of authentic and traditional charcuterie, mostly from Savoie. The quality and character of Galibier specialties are the result of four generation of savoir-faire
A long tradition in fruit transformation has allowed Favols, born in the south west of France over fifty years ago, to create gourmet recipes with the fruits or vegetables from orchards of Aquitaine and also from remote countries.