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Jeanne Grolière began by using recipes passed to him by his parents and grandparents in Le Bugue in the heart of the verdant Perigord...
Grolière’s goose foie gras is one of the few goose foies gras to carry the Oie du Périgord appellation. This appellation guarantees that the geese have been reared locally and in compliance with strict specifications.
Groliere goose foie gras has won numerous awards in several of the most prestigious competitions.
In 2013, Grolière goose foie gras won the Palmes d'Or du Périgord, a silver medal at the Paris Agricultural Competition and anothersilver medal at the Saint-Sever national foie gras competition.
In 2014, Grolière goose foie gras once again obtained the Palmes d'Or du Périgord.
In 2015, the most prestigious award - the most difficult prize to earn-rewarding decades of efforts to obtain exceptional quality foie gras, was granted to the Groliere Foie Gras: the Gold Medal at the General Agricultural Contest agricultural fair.
In 2019, Grolière whole goose foie gras won a Silver Medal at the Concours Général de Paris, the most prestigious agricultural competition organized during the Salon de l'Agriculture in Paris.
In 2020, block of goose foie gras was awarded a Bronze Medal at the Concours Général de Paris.
For your health, the producer of Grolière foie gras does not add any colourings or preservatives to whole goose foies gras, which may have an impact on some of the whole goose foies gras. Indeed, some whole goose foies gras may have a grey colour, which may seem "surprising".
Don't worry, this is normal, and in no way means that the product is not good, but on the contrary that it is a natural, authentic and tasty foie gras.