Can I freeze your products?

Most of our products can be frozen. However, we recommend consuming them within six months, to prevent freezer burns. Note that our salads and spreads can not be frozen. For more information on the storage of a specific product, please consult the "Storage & handling" tab in the product page, on our website. 

For how long can I keep and consume your products after opening?

Under normal refrigeration conditions, the lifespan of our products after opening varies by the product type:

  • Pot pies, puff pastries & quiches: 2-3 days
  • Meat pâté de campagne, liver pâtés, mousses & potted meat: 2-4 days
  • Sausages: 2-4 days
  • Cooked meats: 3-4 days
  • Confit meats: 2-4 days
  • Cretons: 2-4 days 

As for our salads and spreads, you will find their respective lifespan (after opening) on their packaging, under the ingredient list. You can also find this information under the "Storage & handling" tab of their product page, on our website.


Can I eat an expired product?

No. We do not recommend consuming any product past its expiration date, since its freshness can not be guaranteed after this date. 

Where can I find the expiration date on my product's packaging? What does it mean?

There is an expiration date on all our fresh products: it is stamped directly on the packaging. This date is preceeded by the letters "MA / BB" which means "Meilleur avant / Best before" and is displayed in the "YYYY MM DD" format. For products packaged in cardboard boxes, the expiration date is normally located on one of the flaps, on either the side or bottom of the box. For products packaged in plastic containers, that date can be found on the lid.

The expiration date is the date until which the product's freshness is ensured, and therefore refers to the last date it should be eaten.