FHA 2016

Phutachart CHAIWATANA - 11/04/16


Located in eastern France, Franche-Comté is famous for its regional gastronomy. With 18 protected designations of origin (PDO) and 9 protected geographical indications (PGI), this region’s agri-food sector is a dynamic network comprising SMEs, cooperatives and major international groups. With CCI International Franche-Comté, five companies from the dairy and gourmet food sectors will be participating in this year’s Food & Hotel Asia trade show taking place in Singapore from April 12 to 15, 2016 in the French Pavilion (Hall 6 – Booth 6C2-01).


 This year CCI International Franche-Comté will be supporting five companies from its region at the Food & Hotel Asia trade show, in the French Pavilion:



CAVALIER makes and distributes worldwide an extensive range of wine vinegars and flavored vinegars, mustards, oils, condiments, spices, dried mushrooms, balsamic cream vinegars and antipasti (olives, vegetable oils and tapenades).


It has developed a new range of cooking wines, now available in 75 centiliter and 5 liter formats. Its products are available both under the Cavalier brand and as private label products.


More information: www.cavalier-france.com/en





Every year the Hauts du Val de Saône cheesemaking cooperative transforms 35 million liters of milk into soft cheese (bloomy rind, washed rind and mixed) and hard pressed cheese (Emmental Grand Cru, French Emmental, Gruyère). The cooperative, which has developed a high-quality approach, exports 75% of the soft cheeses it produces.


More information: www.paturagescomtois.com





In the Jura Mountains, the Perrin Vermot cheesemaker traditionally manufactures and refines AOC-certified cheeses (Comté and Morbier), organic and specialty cheeses (raclette, fresh cheese with herbs and fruit, etc.).


At FHA, it will be presenting the Fromager des Clarines, a soft and creamy cheese from pasteurized milk, carefully protected in a spruce box, that can be enjoyed in warm or cold dishes.


More information: www.jean-perrin.com



KLAUS, a chocolatier and confectioner since 1856, has been based in Morteau since 1903. Right from the start, the chocolatier has had a reputation for quality. Klaus is still the only French chocolate maker to make an entire range of chocolate from the Criollo bean – one of the rarest and most sought-after beans. The company has selected a number of South American suppliers to supply it with this naturally excellent quality cocoa. On display at Foodex: Starine, a range of fine praline-filled chocolate bouchées available in various flavors: caramel, sesame and praline, pieces of lime zest, vanilla macaroon, raspberry chunks and crêpe dentelle.


More information: www.klaus.com





NATURALIM FRANCE MIEL is a beekeepers’ cooperative established in Franch-Comté in 1958. Having long been keen to create its own brand of high-end honeys, it has created the Miel et Miels brand.


At FHA, Naturalim is presenting these collections of rare and delicious honeys, each of them individually selected for their purity and taste.


The Miel et Miels® range consists of three collections:


Les Miels de Crus: a selection of authentic, balanced honeys from exceptional floral and plant essences.


Les Miels de Terroirs: these honeys take your taste buds on a veritable journey, reflecting the specific characteristics of their region.


Les Mariages de Saveurs: this honey is enhanced by combining it with a balanced union of delicate flavors to create an explosion of flavor.


More information: www.miel-et-miels.fr/?langue=en



Press contact:


Pôle Communication/Presse de Business France local


 About CCI International Franche-Comté


CCI International Franche-Comté is tasked with supporting businesses internationally. Its team works with businesses to raise awareness of the opportunities offered by foreign markets, helps them with their international structure and prospecting, and provides expertise in secure trading.


 About Business France


Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy, responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France.


It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE international internship program.


Founded on January 1, 2015 through a merger between UBIFRANCE and the Invest in France Agency, Business France has 1,500 personnel, both in France and in 70 countries throughout the world, who work with a network of public- and private-sector partners.


For further information, please visit: www.businessfrance.fr




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