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French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
French Fine Epicerie "French Jams and French Cookies"
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Company Background

Les Vergers des Alpilles
 

More than 30 years ago, Dominique Lepoutre decided to go one step further in his passion for Provence and to start making use of its ressources in order to get closer to the soil and its people. 
He went into partnership with a friend of his, who was particularly imaginative and they started to sell his innovations : honey with dried fruits, spicy chocolates, flower flavoured sweets... Following that path, they realised how good was the quality of the nearby raw materials, specially the fruits. Very soon after that, they specialised in jam production, starting with the dietetics ones, then the organics kind as well as the traditionals. The jam business remained in the family as it is now Dominique’s son, Pascal, who is in charge of the company and carries on with the commitment with qualiy that his father had chosen decades ago..
 
 
 

A delicious adventure Of the Cookies from Filet Bleu!

The brand « Filet Bleu » was created in 1920 in Brittany.
From Breton cottages to Parisian apartments, Filet Bleu biscuits, Galettes and Petits Beurre (butter biscuits) have been enjoyed for almost a century. 

An industrial saga!

  • In 1919, Henri Friant, a former sailor, and his wife Marie founded a biscuit
    factory in Pont L’Abbé in Brittany
    . In order to pay tribute to Breton sailors
    and the blue fishing nets, the company adopted the name « Biscuiterie du Filet Bleu ».
  • The company thrived and a new plant was established in Quimper in 1930 on the banks
    of the River Odet. In 1950 Filet Bleu became the first industrial biscuit factory
    in Brittany