An essential part of French gastronomy, snails are a popular dish for a fair few curious foodies across the globe, always on the look-out for new flavours.
Nestling in the shadow of Italy, France has also built an enviable reputation for its pasta and every year increases its market share around the world.
The Hauts-de-France region is one of France’s largest suppliers of quality beers and is known as THE beer capital of France.
Soft, crusty, golden and full of flavour, the baguette with its moist inside and crunchy crust is a powerful symbol of France.
Diluted with still or fizzy water and made from fruit, flowers, aromatic plants or citrus, syrup or cordials make the perfect summer thirst-quenchers.
Every French region boasts at least one tart that is part of a whole tradition kept alive by passing precious recipes down through the generations.
The harmonious union between soft and crunchy, the fruity savour and the almond, meet an emblematic provencal delicacie : the Calisson d'Aix.
A classic among fortified wines, discover the Pineau des Charentes, its history and its tasty grape varieties, an emblematic french product.
Crunchy, sweet, smooth, tangy, spicy, every taste are found in seasonal fruits and vegetables, but they are also the best source of vitamins !
From the peel of the fruit is extracted the essential oil of bergamot, which is used in the making of iconic french delicacies : Les bergamotes de Nancy.