Food market in France.

For the French people, food is a religion. We love to entertain our friends and our family. Then cuisine good fresh products and prepare a nice lunch or dinner is our way of life.

We always prefer organic food and for this, going to the market is a duty that becomes a pleasure.

Everything is there, fish, seafood, meat, cheeses, vegetables, fruits, bread, pastries and so much more.

Most of the time it is cheaper than in a supermarket and usually such a better quality.

It is a real show of colours and if you have no idea of what to cook, you will for sure get ideas while visiting the local market.

There are between two to three markets per week in most of the cities and villages in France.


10 thoughts on “Food market in France.

  1. J’aime beaucoup les marchés de village en France – un entre autre à Génolac dans les Cévennes. Cependant avec le temps (lors de mes voyages), il me semble avoir malheureusement remarqué que les jeunes Français savent moins cuisiner qu’avant et prennent moins le temps de le faire. J’espère que ça reviendra.

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  2. Love this! I can’t wait to experience a French market. I’ve been, but it was during the week in Morlaix in Brittany, and I think the market was on the weekend. I’ll hopefully be moving there within the next couple of years (barring any Brexit horrors).

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  3. We love shopping in French markets: it is one of the pleasures of travelling in this beautiful country. We were blown over by the markets at St Remy de Provence and Aix-en-Provence. I tried lavender ice-cream in St Remy and it has to be the most delicious and refreshing ice-cream ever! 👍❤

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