The truffle, known as the “black diamond”, is a subterranean edible fungus that is harvested mostly in winter. Three conditions have to be met to ensure the optimum development of the truffle: a chalky soil, a Mediterranean climate and a host tree. The truffle is most commonly associated with the roots of oak trees but
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Our goose and duck foie gras, as well as duck breasts, are imported every week from Hungary. They are available raw or prepared, in pot or towel. Our terrine range also offers a wide selection, from fish to meat. We can sell them in slides, which are cut and vacuum made in our laboratory from
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King crab, our company’s flagship product as far as crustaceans are concerned, is sourced from Russia and Norway (Kamchatka coasts) or Alaska. This delicacy can weigh up to 15 kg and be up to 2 metres long. The King Crab’s thick and firm flesh makes a delicious meal. The product is packaged to make it
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The world’s most expensive spice, saffron from Iran is derived from the dried stigmas of the Crocus sativus Linnaeus, which flowers once a year. Harvested early in the morning, the stigmas are carefully plucked by hand, then dried, tested, stored then packaged in high-barrier good quality materials so the product does not lose any of
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