Every year for the past five centuries or so, just before Easter, Bayonne celebrates its famous ham. Find out more below: The Bayonne Ham Comes to the American Market The Bayonne Ham (PGI)
French Agriculture Minister Stéphane Le Foll attended a discussion as part of a conference on climate change and food security on June 25 during his visit to the United States.
Jean-Robert Pitte, an expert on French gastronomy, was in Washington, D.C. for the Good France/Goût de France event that took place around the world on March 19th, 2015. Hear what he has to say about gastronomy as it relates to the French, and Americans as well as its significance in general.
As we come closer to the Goût de/Good France celebration on March 19, we asked Washingtonians how they would describe French cuisine. Check out their answers in this short video featuring street interviews in the Nation’s Capital.
Charles Duque works at the American branch of the CNIEL (French Dairy Inter-Branch Organization). This organization aims at strengthening bonds between milk producers and milk processors as well as promoting dairy products to consumers. On June 30th, it launched the French Cheese Board, a new promotional space dedicated to French cheeses in the heart of […]
Christopher Poron is working at “Truffe Plantin”, a French company producing and exporting fresh truffles and gourmet products made of truffles. On July 1st, 2013, he was at the Summer Fancy Food Show in NYC to exhibit the new “Truffe Glaze Collection”, a line of gourmet balsamic glazes.
Mere Poulard, the French biscuit factory from the famous Mont St Michel site in Normandy, was exhibiting its product at the Summer Fancy Food Show in NYC, from June 30 to July 2, 2013.
Françoise Bureau Crook is the founder of “Crossings,” an importer of French gourmet products. She is now Vice-President of “Crossings Fine Foods,” a division of LS Distribution North America, which is part of Lagardère Group, one of the leading importers and distributors of gourmet products in North America.
Interview with Martin Sinkoff, who is currently developing the fine wine portfolio of Frederick Wildman and Sons. On July 1, 2013, Mr. Sinkoff, who has a broad experience in importing French wine across the U.S., received the French National Order of Agricultural Merit in New York.