Sweet, Sinful, Sustainable: La Fermière

Founded in the historic port city of Marseille in 1945, fine Provençal creamery La Fermière was created with the express aim of bringing the very best local dairy products to the everyday consumer. In this post, we’ll get to know this iconic brand and explore the products we stock here at BonneBouffe. Sustainable packaging    …

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Sainte Lucie: Baked-in Excellence

If you love to bake, then you know the importance of top-quality ingredients. Parisian producer Sainte Lucie was one of the first companies to import vanilla and spices to France from Madagascar back in the 1880s. Today, it’s a global brand that provides certified organic baking supplies to customers all over the world, while retaining…

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Callebaut: Vive le Chocolat

For over a century, Belgian chocolate producers Callebaut have been prized by bakers, confectioners and pâtissiers alike for their top-quality chocolate. In 1996, they acquired French cocoa producer Barry, adding rich and refined cocoa powders to their range. Read on to find out more about Callebaut and the products we stock here at BonneBouffe. The…

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Our Deliciously Tempting Valrhona Range

If you like to bake sweet treats at home, or you’re simply a chocolate-loving snacker, it’s highly likely that you’ll know the name Valrhona. This legendary French chocolate manufacturer is also a sustainability champion, their entire range is suitable for vegetarians and they have a wide range of vegan-friendly products too.    Founded in 1922…

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Sustainable, Responsible, Delicious: Valrhona

If you’re a baker, confectioner, or a sweet-toothed gourmand, you’re bound to have heard of Valrhona. This legendary French chocolate manufacturer was recently awarded B Corp status, marking it out as a top performer in terms of environmental and social responsibility. Read on to find out more about Valrhona, and why B Corp certification is…

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Brand Spotlight: Le Père Eugène

In the small fishing port of Binic-Étables-sur-Mer, Brittany, there once lived a man called Eugène. He loved fishing, and he loved fish. He also had real culinary flair and a great imagination. Eugène started to invent his own recipes to delight his family and friends, and he soon became known as a local expert in…

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La Belle Chaurienne

French Specialities from the Home of Cassoulet In the very south of France is the market town of Castelnaudary. Dating back to Roman times, this pretty little town is the birthplace of cassoulet: a traditional casserole with sausages and beans, cooked slowly in a deep earthenware dish. Legend has it that the cassoulet was invented…

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