Le Panier Francais Opens New French Grocery Store Online

Le Panier Francais Opens New French Grocery Store Online

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February 28, 2019 – – Le Panier Francais has announced the opening of their new French products grocery store online. The store is designed to offer people who love quality French products at affordable prices. Their focus is sourcing authentic, directly imported French goods from a dependable company. They believe that French lovers will find just about everything they need from the catalog of more than 700 products that the store has available.

A spokesperson for Le Panier Francais says, “Whether you are looking for that perfect gift for someone special or just to get you a nice French touch for your home or company, we can handle just about anything pertaining to the French lovers. These include anything from canned meats to sweets, spices and even gorgeous tablecloths and kitchen towels from Provence. We are looking to add many more products to our site in the future, so please join our mailing list and visit often.”

Various French brands are available through the online store. These include Alsa, Abeille Diligente, Andre Laurent, Andros, Barral, Braquier, Benedicta, Biperduna, Biscuiterie de Provence, Comptoir Europeen de la confiserie, Chabert & Guillot, Deux Coqs d’Or, Editions de l’imprevu, Fortwenger, Fossier, Klaus, La Safraniere Du Cavaou, La Savonnerie de Nyons, Mondelez International, Naumann, Provence epice, Rendez-Vous, Saint Louis, Sarments du Medoc, Teisserie, Voisin, and Zethel.

To make it easy for people to shop online, the French grocery store has divided the available products into various categories. These include specials, gifts, holidays, La Box, sweet groceries, salty groceries, drinks, organic products, beauty products, kitchen products, home accessories, cleaning supplies, products for kids, books, and games.

The sweet groceries category is further subdivided into several subcategories. These include desserts; breakfast; cakes; cookies; chocolate; cereals; honeys, jams and preserves; candies; flours; and mix and baking supplies. The salty groceries category is further subdivided into appetizers; pastas, beans and grains; seasonings; savory preparations; soups; sauces and condiments; seafood; and terrines and foie gras. The drinks category is further subdivided into sodas; syrups; infusions and herbal teas; teas, coffee and chicory; waters; and cocoa.

The beauty products category is further subdivided into hair care, eaux de toilette, body care, skin care, soaps, shower, and accessories. The kitchen products category has the subcategories mugs; kitchen towels; tablecloths; table sets; aprons; hand towels; bar and wines accessories; and kitchenware. The home accessories category is subdivided into bags, lavender boutique, candles, and wall clocks. The books category is subdvided into cooking and wines books; kids; teens; and activity and game books.

Customers may also order wholesale and for them, they are advised to sign up and create an account on the site. This will ensure faster checkout and allow them to track their order history. With an account, customers will also be able to personalize their shopping experience with Le Panier Francais, maintaining a Saved Items list and getting several recommendations based on preferences. They can also save and access their orders online through My Offers. After the created account has been validated, wholesale customers can expect a wholesale specialist to contact them and they will be given access to the wholesale price catalog.

The spokesperson explained a number of facts about how the online French grocery store works. First of all, when an order has already been placed and funded, they will ship the order within the same day or the next day at the latest. Their preferred carrier is Fedex, using primarily ground shipping method. Customers can see all of the information regarding their order by logging into their account and then clicking on “Order Status” and then “View Order Details”. They want to clarify that the products they provide are imported from France but orders are shipped from Chicago, IL.

The spokesperson says, “We work hard to bring the best French products to your table. We’d love to hear your opinions about our products and we will answer any questions you may have.”

Those who need more information about their French products can contact Le Panier Francais through their website or visit https://local.yahoo.com/info-215355485-le-panier-francais-downers-grove, or contact them phone or email.

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