1888. This was the year Annette Poulard opened her restaurant and inn at Mont Saint Michel, a medieval citadel built on a rocky outcrop off the coast of Normandy, now a UNESCO world heritage site. A wickedly talented chef, Annette would give her famous butter biscuits to the children of the village and passing travelers. Her creations would go on to be enjoyed across the world and become synonymous with French culinary indulgence. Since 1888, La Mère Poulard has been making the same delicious biscuits with home grown French ingredients. Free range eggs, rich & creamy fresh butter, and golden hued, non-GMO wheat. So have a bite, and find out why everyone in France knows La Mère Poulard.
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