French food events in France

“French food is well known to be one of the best all around the world. With our traditional French meals or trends that are made every day, we have a lot to share regarding food. That’s why some events like festivals, meetings or salon are always crowded. If you couldn’t assist to them, here is a little recap of what you missed”  

The 86th Lemon Festival in Menton embraces "Fantastic worlds" as this year’s theme


Fantastic worlds: enough to set hearts racing in Menton at this year’s annual Lemon Festival.

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Salon du chocolat 2017

Salon du Chocolat : the cream of French know-how


For its 23rd edition, Le Salon du Chocolat brings is attracting the crème de la crème of the world of chocolate. And a whole wave of new visitors too.

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Rendez-vous gourmand - French food experience at Disneyland Paris


Disneyland Paris showcases French regional products in a food experience - A rendez-vous much appreciated by visitors of the park !

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Repas gastronomique français

France celebrates the 7th edition of the Fete de la Gastronomie


Experts and followers of French cuisine have been coming together to celebrate French cuisine every year in September at the Fete de la gastronomie.

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Jury Vinexpo Bordeaux

Vinexpo: a resolutely international remit for the 2017 vintage!


One of the greatest wine and spirit fair as just begun in Bordeaux. Vinexpo 2017 will exposed international vintages and raised awareness on global warming.

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Le muguet français, signification et usages dans la gastronomie française

“Muguet” for the 1st of May: symbolising a very French tradition


In France, on the 1st of May people are use to buy some "Muguet", also known as Lilly of the Valley. Learn more about this very french tradition.

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Header SIAL 2016

More than 800 french companies present at SIAL 2016 in Paris


More than 800 french companies present at SIAL 2016 in Paris

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raisins récolte

Harvest 2016 : Volumes down but quality ever promising


Every year, September signals the grape harvest.

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