21 March 2021 – Good France

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The 6th edition of the event “Goût de France/Good France” has been postponed until spring 2021, following the measures taken to fight the COVID-19 health crisis. Though delayed, will still be the beloved opportunity for professionals of French gastronomy to share their know-how and their passion for this cuisine, as it is every year.

Scheduled to take place on April 16, 2020, the 6th edition of the “Goût de France/Good France” event has been postponed until spring 2021 in France and abroad, following the measures taken to fight against COVID-19.

Like always, Good France is a celebration of the “gastronomic meal of the French,” listed as one of the of intangible heritages of UNESCO. Every year, on March 21, restaurants around the world offer a Good France menu to pay tribute to French gastronomy.

5 years, 6 continents, 5000 chefs for the planet

In 2019, some 5,000 chefs participating in the 5th edition of the event mobilized to offer a “French dinner” and to valorize a cuisine more respectful of the environment while maintaining the classic French credo to “eat well”. The event supported the foundation “No More Plastic” which fights for the protection of the environment and the resources of our planet.

Goût de France/Good France 2019: Provence in the spotlight
Sponsored by Gérald Passedat, this edition of Goût de France promised a gastronomic journey to Provence, and showcased the richness of the cuisine of the South of France.

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