Mar 25 2015

Les Trois Petits Cochons Dijon Mustard is Cook’s Illustrated Top Pick

Les Trois Petits Cochons was named the winner of the Cook’s Illustrated Dijon mustard taste test in the March/April 2015 issue. 10 Dijons were tested by the magazine best known for exhaustively tested foolproof recipes, objective cookware ratings and blind taste tests of popular ingredients, and Trois Petits Cochons Moutarde de Dijon was chosen as the winner. Cook’s Illustrated testers noted the “high ratio of mustard seeds (it’s the only product we tasted to list them as the first ingredient)” and were impressed “with ‘nasal-clearing’ heat that ‘kicks in gradually’ and ‘builds’.” The only French-made competitor, it was described as “balanced, too, delivering just enough salt and ‘tangy,’ ‘bright’ flavor to even out its spiciness.” Named "Their Favorite Mustard" “We’re...

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Sep 22 2014

Les Trois Petits Cochons Honored at Summer Fancy Food Show

​Excitement is building for the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City where Les Trois Petits Cochons has been named a Finalist in the Specialty Food Association's 2014 sofi(TM) Award competition. Winners will be announced at a red-carpet ceremony June 30, 2014. A sofi(TM) is the top honor in the $88 billion specialty food industry and represents the best of the best from members of the Specialty Food Association. Bloc de Foie Gras de Canard Gets Red Carpet Honors Les Trois Petits Cochons' Bloc de Foie Gras de Canard was named a Finalist for Outstanding Meat, Pâté or Seafood and was one of 109 Finalists selected by a national panel of specialty food professionals. "We are thrilled our Bloc...

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Jan 19 2012

French Cuisine Gets a New Look at Fancy Food Show

Gourmet food from Les Trois Petits Cochons will be more irresistiblethan ever. The company – meaning “The Three Little Pigs” in French – unveiled new packaging for its entire retail product line of pâté, charcuterie, and other French specialties at the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade’s Fancy Food Show in San Francisco for the event’s approximately 17,000 attendees. The classic, hand-drawn Three Pigs logo remains, but now warm red and cream colors complement the delicious flavors of the products they represent. The new packaging creates an easy-to-find shelf presence for the products. The design is fully integrated across the complete Les Trois Petits Cochons retail product line to ensure that the brand identity of authentic, high-quality pâté and...

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