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La Petite France (shop)

La Petite France is an authentic French 'Épicerie fine' (or in English a French Gourmet Grocery Store).

A place to discover more than 900 different French products including fine wines, Champagnes, gastronomic specialties, confectionery and exceptional flavours.

Our passionate team will help you find the best French products and combine them into the ideal dish, or the gift you were looking for.

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A place where you will find the best French products like:

Appetizers | Apron | Kraft Beer & Cider | Biscuits | Books | Cassonade | Champagne | Cheese | Coffee in bag

Condiments | Chocolate | Coffee | Confectionery | Duck Confit | Corkscrews | Crackers | Crozets | Cutlery 

Dressing | Dried Legumes & Mushrooms | Fresh Baguettes | Fruit in Syrup | Gingerbread | Glasses & Carafes

Jam | Mayonnaise | Mustard | Premium Oils | Pasta | Pâté | Powder Chocolate | Preserves | Rillettes | Sauces

Saucisson | Seafood Terrine | Sea Salt from Guérande | Snail | Soap of Marseille | Soft Drinks | Soup | Sparkling

Spices | Spread | Sweets | Syrup | Tableware | Tea-Towel | Terrine | Vinegar | Fine & 'Grand Cru' Wine

and More …

Gastronomic meal of the French

Inscribed in 2010 on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

The gastronomic meal of the French is a customary social practice for celebrating important moments in the lives of individuals and groups, such as births, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, achievements and reunions. It is a festive meal bringing people together for an occasion to enjoy the art of good eating and drinking. The gastronomic meal emphasizes togetherness, the pleasure of taste, and the balance between human beings and the products of nature. Important elements include the careful selection of dishes from a constantly growing repertoire of recipes; the purchase of good, preferably local products whose flavours go well together; the pairing of food with wine; the setting of a beautiful table; and specific actions during consumption, such as smelling and tasting items at the table. The gastronomic meal should respect a fixed structure, commencing with an apéritif (drinks before the meal) and ending with liqueurs, containing in between at least four successive courses, namely a starter, fish and/or meat with vegetables, cheese and dessert. Individuals called gastronomes who possess deep knowledge of the tradition and preserve its memory watch over the living practice of the rites, thus contributing to their oral and/or written transmission, in particular to younger generations. The gastronomic meal draws circles of family and friends closer together and, more generally, strengthens social ties. (Source: UNESCO)