Fabrique Délices – Press Kit
Where to find foie gras in San Francisco
|Waves of Grain
Wednesday, January 26th, 2005 featured in:
San Francisco ChronicleThe oh-so-French Foie Gras and such from Hayward’s Fabrique Délices includes lovely organic pâtés for people who don’t eat pork…
|A little taste of France
Wednesday, October 6th 2004featured in: Piedmont PostI was shopping at the sunshine Market in St. Helena, and in the delicase I saw they were selling DuckRillettes – my favorite French charcuterie. I bought some and discovered it was as delicious as the
stuff I scarf down when in France. I copied down the name of the producer Fabrique Délices and did a Google search when I got back to Piedmont…
May, 2004featured in: Wine Country LivingFor fathers who want a little flavor de France for the Father’s Day grill, this artisanal charcuterie company in Hayward, California, offers all-natural, free-range pork sausages seasoned with Herbs de Provence and wine, smoked with pinewood from Franche-Conte, or seasoned with paprika and chili pepper…
|Make it Natural
September, 2003featured in: Fancy Food & Culinary ProductsNot surprisingly, Mousse Truffee is the best seller for Fabrique Délices. ‘In the United States, because of the texture, people are scared of the chunky pâté, maybe because the mousse [they are familiar with] is smooth’, says Sebastien Espinasse, vice president of sales and marketing…
|Fabrique Délices Goes Natural
2003featured in: The Gourmet RetailerCalifornia-based Fabrique Délices, manufacturers of all sorts of artisanal foie gras, pâtés, mousses and specialty sausages, is launching a new line of artisan charcuterie made with all-natural Niman Ranch free-range pork, lamb and beef, which is raised according to a strict animal husbandry code…
|French man to season Games with rare delicacy
Thursday, February 7, 2002featured in: The Daily ReviewDuck Foie Gras…the breakfast of champions.
OK, maybe not quite, but Marc Poinsignon, the president of a Hayward French foods company called Fabrique Délices, will send tons of foie gras to Salt Lake City for the Winter Games.
|Voila! French delicacies produced on Peninsula
Friday, December 28, 2001featured in: San Francisco ChronicleFrom whole duck foie gras with Armagnac to all natural, pork-free truffle mousse, Fabrique Delices, a traditional French charcuterie company in San Mateo, has been preparing time-honored classics alongside innovative new products for the past 15 years…
| Pâté Passes Papal Judgment
April, 1999featured in: Fancy Food & Culinary Products MagazineExpect miracles this year from Fabrique Délices, a specialty food manufacturer based in San Mateo, California. As Pape John Paul II flew back to Rome and the Vatican after visiting Central America and St. Louis last February, he dined on Fabrique Délices duck foie gras mousse flavored with port wine. The company said it is proud to have been the “soul provider” of foie gras to His Holiness.
“We always knew our pâtés were heavently”, commented the firm.
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