An authentic Burgundy mustard
Did you know? Today, most of the mustard seeds in the world come from Canada and a jar of "moutarde de Dijon" does not necessarily mean that it has been produced in France, since "moutarde de Dijon" is legally speaking a generic appellation!
To promote an authentic Dijon mustard from Burgundy, Maison Fallot decided to launch a new Burgundy mustard with a certified origin. This mustard is made only with mustard seeds from Burgundy and Burgundy white wine.
|Average nutrition facts||For 100g|
|Energy||163 / 682.45||kcal / kJ|