“Taste of France” week offers quintessence of French cuisine in Vietnam
The “Taste of France” week will last until July 20 at MM Mega Market centers nationwide.
French food lovers in Vietnam will have a chance to buy 250 products from famous French grocery brands, including cakes and jam of Casino; Bottega cheese; Le Chef pate; Markal organic grains, Panzani pasta, French wine, and especially some typical French cakes such as banquette, croissant, biscuits, among others with promotional prices at these supermarkets.
|French-sourced products are now available largely in Vietnam. Photo courtesy of the event's organizer
A representative of the MM Mega Market centers said that the business wishes to introduce to local diners, businesses, and citizens of the French-speaking community in the country the finest French-sourced products.
“The French who live away from home may have a chance to enjoy familiar food like they are at home,” he stated.
France is currently the second-largest European investment partner in Vietnam with a total registered capital of more than US$3.6 billion.
The country achieved world acclaim for its unique and delicate cuisine culture, which is a combination of history, culture, traditions, as well as special cooking techniques.
In 2010, UNESCO featured the “gastronomic meal of the French” on the list of the world’s intangible cultural treasures. This has been achieved by the most prominent French chefs and Michelin-rated restaurants around the world. In recognition of such an outstanding food culture, France is chosen as an upcoming indispensable destination for the “Taste of Country” journey launched in Vietnam.
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