Extra fine gherkins - Fallot, 370g


Fallot Mustard Mill has been an independent, family-owned Burgundy company since 1840. While it has outstanding production facilities, it has also maintained the expertise of the artisan mustard maker. Eager to fully satisfy the strictest quality and food safety requirements, Fallot Mustard Mill decided to pursue an accreditation process in this area. We rose to the challenge: our production unit was awarded IFS (International Food Standard) certification.

Marc Désarménien

Grandson of Edmond Fallot

Up to the Second World War, in Burgundy, mustard was cultivated in woodland, in the charcoal burner clearings where the charcoal kilns, many of which existed in Burgundy at that time, were located.

The discarded "ashes" from charcoal burning were rich in potash and encouraged the growth of mustard, the seed for which was sown by the charcoal makers. When the plant reached maturity and the seed was gathered, the collectors bought the seed from the charcoal makers and then sold it to the Dijon region's mustard makers.


Due to the large number of charcoal producers and a smaller population level, this form of mustard seed cultivation was largely sufficient to supply the Burgundy mustard producers. However, due to the falling off in the demand for charcoal for industrial use, and the subsequent reduction in the number of charcoal burners, the drop in mustard cultivation forced the mustard manufacturers to look to other regions (mainly Marne, Somme, Seine-et-Oise, Loiret, and Indre), for their supplies. Here also, cultivation also grew less and less profitable until it was finally abandoned, leaving the mustard makers no choice but to go outside of France, especially to Canada and the United States, where mustard is a more.


Extra fine gherkins - Fallot, 305g


Pickles (including preservative: potassium disulphate), water, vinegar, onions, salt, tarragon, yellow mustard seeds, coriander seeds, natural flavours, firming: calcium chloride.

Allergen: mustard seeds, sulphites, dioxide ( read lable prior consuming for extra info) .


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