Bring home gourmet European imports at The French Farm’s Spring Open Warehouse Sale

Photo courtesy of The French Farm

Stock your kitchen for all of your spring and summer get-togethers, including Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, and the summer grilling season at The French Farm’s Spring Open Warehouse Sale on Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31, 2018.

Boasting a variety of confits, cutlery, mustards, candies and more, the sale will offer visitors the chance to find all sorts of unique gifts for loved ones, and great grabs for foodies.

The French Farm is an online store, without any retail locations, so this third annual sale is the only chance for Houstonians (or anyone) to sample and stock up on tasty gourmet delights in person. The French Farm’s next warehouse sale won’t happen until this coming Fall.

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Photo courtesy of The French Farm

Sampling & Tasting

Located in The Heights near 23rd and North Durham Drive, visitors can expect a unique shopping experience. Not only can they browse the full line of imported gourmet items, but they can even taste a few of The French Farm’s staff favorites as well.

With over 850 products showcased, there is sure to be something delicious from abroad to bring home to your loved ones.

Click here for a full list of event information.

Photo courtesy of The French Farm

About The French Farm

In search of the finest imported gourmet foods and kitchen accessories from Europe, The French Farm strives to bring families carefully crafted products by small, family-owned businesses using traditional recipes and techniques.

The French Farm’s products contain the highest quality ingredients and materials made with methods passed down from one generation to the next, have exquisite taste, and a penchant for beautiful packaging.

The French Farm’s Spring Open Warehouse Sale in The Heights 

Photo courtesy of The French Farm

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