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Shopping : taking a small slice of France back home
Today, Franceagroalimentaire.com takes you to two specialized shops for a Made In France shopping rendez-vous.
The first one, Bring France Home offers a wide range of products from food to clothing, dishes, stationery and small souvenirs. The second one, the Federation Francaise de l’Aperitif will share a traditional practice: the aperitif. You will find everything you need to make a 100% French aperitif: wines, beers, charcuterie, cheese, etc.
The thing these two shops have in common is that everything is 100% French in order to offer visitors a Made in France shopping experience.
On your next trip to Paris, do not miss the opportunity to stop by!
Meeting with Cyril Brun, the cellar master of the Champagne house Charles Heidsieck:
“This is quite possibly a legendary year, the kind we only see every 20 – 30 years“ and also with Stephen Leroux, champagnes Director CharlesHeidsieck detailing champagnes markets of the House.
Arcachon bay is France’s leading oyster farming area. Oysters are produced here all year round, but the Christmas period is a particularly busy one.
Andresy Confitures is a family business established since 1962.
It supplies made-to-order products to brands, fine grocers, retail chains and acclaimed chefs. Let’s head over to the factory, to the nerve-centre of production for these jams that combine tradition and modernity.
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A International leading group
The company has been expanding strongly since 2010 on the international scene with several boutiques now located in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
The first Pierre Hermé Paris boutique opened in Tokyo in 1998, followed in 2001 by a boutique in Paris, located in the fashion district of Saint-Germain-des- Prés at 72 rue Bonaparte. Success was immediate in Tokyo and Paris alike. Every day, enthusiastic gourmets discovered Pierre Hermé pastries, macarons and chocolates while connoisseurs from around the world flocked to these temples of sweet delights. In late 2004, a second Parisian boutique with its very innovative interior design opened at 185 rue de Vaugirard. In early 2005, Tokyo saw the inauguration of the latest Pierre Hermé Paris concepts: the Luxury Convenience Store and the Chocolate Bar. Both establishments are situated in the Omotesando district, where all of the major imported brands and fashion houses active in Japan are also present. In 2008, Pierre Hermé and Charles Znaty launched the first Macarons & Chocolats Pierre Hermé Paris boutique on rue Cambon in Paris. In 2010, they inaugurated the Maison Pierre Hermé on rue Fortuny in Paris, home to the Atelier de Création.See one of Pierre Hermé numerous masterpiece..