MORE THAN 130 YEARS OF CULINARY ART
Throughout the year, FAUCHON offers a sensory and personalised experience in all its product categories: delicatessen, cellar, patisserie, tea, confectionery and chocolate. Combining the elegance of its designs, the finesse of its recipes and its ancestral know-how in the composition of gift boxes, FAUCHON is the reference for refined and gourmet gifts.
Since 1886, FAUCHON experts have been criss-crossing France in search of raw materials of exceptional quality. Driven today by the creativity and passion of the Chefs of the House, FAUCHON offers a new experience, according to the seasons, around innovative creations with gourmet flavours, inspired by the times and the French culinary heritage.
From the smallest attention to exceptional gifts, FAUCHON has imagined for you a wide collection of gift boxes and delicacies, each time with its own daring.
Pleasure for the eyes and the taste buds, all the senses are solicited...
THE KNOW-HOW OF THE HOUSE
FOR MORE THAN 130 YEARS, FAUCHON HAS NEVER CEASED TO INNOVATE AND HAS BECOME THE BENCHMARK FOR LUXURY FRENCH GASTRONOMY IN THE WORLD.
Since its creation in 1886 in Paris, FAUCHON has been sharing culinary excellence in the French style and around the world. With a taste for the rare and the unique, the brand combines fantasy, audacity and creativity. It all began in the early 1880s. Coming straight from Calvados, Auguste Félix Fauchon began his career as an apprentice at Félix Potin, before joining the Madeleine market in 1885 where, with his four-season car, he offered fruit and vegetables from the best orchards and vegetable gardens in France. A year later, he opened his first grocery shop specialising in French products on the Place de la Madeleine.
With FAUCHON, Auguste became the darling of the whole of Paris thanks to quality products that were out of the ordinary: the LU biscuits that Sarah Bernhardt would later advertise and the famous Maggi bouillon cubes are at FAUCHON. Then came the
In 1952, Auguste Fauchon's heirs sold the most famous grocery shop in France to Joseph Pilosoff, owner of the Poulain chocolate factory. Pilosoff will develop the company enormously and it will then be taken over by his granddaughter Martine Prémat until 1998, when she will sell the company to several investors.
Michel Ducros and Samy Vischel have been at the helm of FAUCHON for more than 15 years. In particular, they have considerably developed the brand's expansion internationally and on various markets such as travel retail. The brand is now present in more than 15 countries around the world with 3 points of sale, two 5-star hotels and soon a gastronomy school.