Devon is Everywhere

DEVONcustardEven on vacation in the far south of France, the DEVONians don’t let me go. Look what I have found in the local shop that interestingly also sells British food products — anyone any idea why one should do this? Seems we have found a good name for our next product! Now it’s up to you to guess what it will be … 🙂

3 Responses to “Devon is Everywhere”

  1. Scott Hughes says:

    The county of Devon has a good reputation for Dairy products (as does all of that part of England, the South West) so Devon is often used to make something sound creamier and richer 🙂

  2. As a Frenchman who has left Provence for sunny Lancashire fifteen years ago, I would be very interested in knowing in which town in the South of France one finds Devon Custard?

    Back in the early 1990s, the Auchan supermarkets where I was shopping started having a section with British products, such as baked beans and marmite.

  3. Pascal, we have been to Argelès-sur-Mer in the Roussillon. They have a huge number of British tourists there, thence the British food products in the Carrefour.