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    I’m selling on behalf of a french compagny some lovely french gourmet food.

    paté 4 euro/jar medium(various variety)

    spreads to use on toast or crakers the most famous is :
    Tapenade it’s an olive (black or green) paste, it’s yummy.
    Also available in the anchovies version.

    And for the sweet tooth the chocalate/banana or chocolate/pear spread (thin like spread butter),

    those spreads are 5.90/jar (small)

    Gourmet mustards and jams also available.

    Delivery around Bettystown area.
    Please feel free to ask any info.

    Fabienne (still available for all kinds of french grinds)



    I am running a craft and food fair in Dundalk on Sunday 31 October and i wondered if you would like to take a stnad with your french delicacys. We will run from 11am until 5pm – and this is our second time in the area – we had over 450 people through the door last time and we hope to build on this number significantly.

    Tables are 6ft or 8ft and cost 60 euro – for this we advertise in the dundalk argus, leaflet local houses, text out to existing customers in the area and poster all the shops.

    please email me at if you would like to ask any questions or get a booking form.



    i see lidl have a french food this week


    faireire2008 I pasted on the info to the compagny I’m doing it for.

    Taylor, I’ll go to Lidl as they have few things that I like.
    But the products I’m selling won’t be there as they are made by a smallish enough compagny who works the traditional way.
    It’s not organic food but it is very good quality products.
    For Lidl it’s more like a mass production for all the Lildl in Europe. But they are good products and I’m glad to be able to find them here.

    Talk soon,

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