by Paige Donner
Host-Producer Paris GOOD food + wine
Looking to inspire the next generation of food+wine entrepreneurs, Paris GOOD food + wine takes a closer look at French and European food + wine companies that began as single-visionary entrepreneurs.
A rural English potato farmer who turned his potato chips into a global brand (Tyrrell’s); a Bordeaux wine company started by a few brothers in the late 1940s that has gone on to be Europe’s biggest wine-selling brand and whose market is 80% French (Castel Frères) ; a cookie and snacks company whose founders got their pastry-making degrees while in business school (Michel & Augustin); a cabaret and restaurant that has been resurrected from the ashes of its 1930’s glorious past (Le Bal Blomet); and a fine foods grocery shop that retains its Mom & Pop Provençal feel (Maison Brémond 1830).
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