France is back at the Summer Fancy Food Show!

Business France, the French Trade Office, is bringing back the French pavilion to the Summer Fancy Food Show. With 44 exhibitors, the French pavilion will offer a wide range of gourmet food products, from beverages and cheese to specialty chocolates and jam – with a few good surprises.

Find the pavilion booths #522-933 and check out the Business France website to prepare your visit.

For the 6th time in a row, Business France is proud to introduce dozens of exclusive brands to the US market at the Fancy Food Show. United under the Made in France Made with Love banner, the French pavilion will offer an extensive view of the best of what France has to offer.

Among the products exhibited, many preserves and fruit preparations, bread and pastry, cheese and dairy, but also some charcuterie and caviar, and a few oddities, such as a truffle mustard, organic gluten-free crispbread made with quinoa, chickpeas or black rice, and some exotic flavor mixes, such as a violet & raspberry jam or a yuzu & strawberry one, and a variety of rare finds.

Below are a few exhibitors and trends that may catch your attention this year, visit the website to see all exhibitors or stop by the French booth on the show to get introduced.

Alcohol-Free Happy Hour


This year’s pavilion features two companies coming to the US with alcohol-free options for sober nights: Innovo’s non-alcoholic mocktails are made with organic ingredients, without coloring or preservatives and available in stand-up pouches. Petit Béret’s alcohol-free wines are also organic, and they are designed to reproduce the taste of many classic cépage wines, minus the alcohol.

Unique, Innovative Treats


Chocolate truffles are no longer a holiday treat. With Chocolat Mathez’s truffle bars (available in 4 flavors), anybody can now enjoy them on the go.
Fortwenger’s Mango & Sichuan pepper gingerbread offers exotic notes with a kick. Delightful on its own, it also makes for a perfect vehicle for Foie-Gras, Salmon, or even Cheese.

No Meat / No Gluten Gourmet Options


The French pavilion will offer a variety of gluten-free options, but Primel’s meatless burger patty is a master in disguise: produced with wheat or soy, it is available in a red medium-rare or a brown well-done complexion. Offering a perfect illusion to those attached to their traditional-looking burgers, it is a great way to start a vegan conversion!

Breakfast Like A King


A traditional, caramelized French flaky pastry specialty, Kouign Amann is rich in butter. Bridor’s Breizh’n’Roll is a recipe made with a Kouign Amann croissant dough, butter and sugar, and its texture is both crispy and soft!
With their French chestnut, pear and tonka bean fruit spread, Confiture Parisienne wanted to create a spread suitable for every step of the meal, and every meal of the day. A sophisticated addition for a cheese plate, it can be paired with yogurt and granola, toast, or become a perfect cake filling for desert. Try it with an eggplant purée, it’s amazing.

Visit the website for more information :

Geoffroy Thaumin (Business France)
+1 416 977 1257

Last modified on 23/08/2019

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