Dijon mustard might well owe its salvation to a company in Beaune, the height of indignity for a typically Dijon product that has become international thanks to companies such as Amora. The mustard producer Fallot, the last company still making mustard in the traditional way, is in fact engaged in a fight to protect this typically regional product.
Marc Désarménien, the grandson of Edmond Fallot, is at present in charge of the company. About twenty employees contribute to the quality of the production. The company enriched its range of products over the years with aromatics mustards, vinegars, and others condiments like pickles; with a manufacturing process answering a quality approach in wich La Moutarderie Fallot made a commitment.
To value its traditional know-how, La Moutarderie Fallot opened its doors to the public with two museographic tours successively in 2003 and 2009. And since 2012, you can discover a free space totally dedicated to the mustard : Enjoy Fallot !
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