|Style||St Michel Grandes Galettes Sea Salt Biscuits|
|Item display length||3 centimetres|
|Item display width||24 centimetres|
|Manufacturer||Frosts Food & Beverage Pte Ltd|
|Item model number||29082|
|Product Dimensions||24.6 x 2.9 x 9.8 cm; 150.25 Grams|
St Michel Grandes Galettes Sea Salt Biscuits
- Made in france
- Made without coloring, palm oil or hydrogenated fat
- Made with Fresh Ingredients
- Once upon a time in saint michel france lived a master pastry chef named joseph grellier.
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Located in la Bretagne France since 1905. He had a secret recipe for a round meltingly soft and golden biscuit called "la galette st Michel. One day in July 5th 1905 his wife came with the idea to sell the "galettes" to the elegant Parisian ladies who came to bathe in the sea and enjoy the seaside. Joseph grellier chose the hen as his brand logo synonymous of top quality ingredients the countryside and France" but St. Michel is not only about biscuits. It is also exceedingly proud of the commerce madeleine. The story of this madeleine cake began at the time of Stanislaus 1st king of Poland and duke of Lorraine. He no longer had a pastry chef to make dessert and so he asked a servant girl for a pastry. The king enjoyed the little cake so much that he named it after the servant: madeleine. The commerce madeleine was born.
Cage - free eggs
No palm oil - No hydrogenated oil
Made in France
Family owned & operated.
Our Beginnings 1905
It was along the Brittany Coast of France that St Michel Galette was created over a century ago by the Patissier Joseph Grellier and his wife Constance. Sensing the entrepreneurial opportunity, Grellier’s wife, Constance, began to sell the buttery cookies to vacationing tourists at the beach. The galette quickly gained popularity and the Grellier’s bakery business expanded. Today the galette is still made using the original recipe by the family-run company at St Michel. Today St Michel bake not only galettes, but other traditional French pastry classics like madeleines, palmiers and palets.
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