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Les Petits Plats d’Arthur
For gourmets of all backgrounds, Arthur and his team have designed “Les Petits Plats d’Arthur”. These healthy and gourmet dishes absolutely delicious, are guaranteed free of gluten, lactose, palm oil, preservatives, colorants and additives.
At home, while travelling or at the office, easily enjoy your next “Petit Plat d’Arthur” by reheating your closed jar, to avoid cross-contamination, 1 min 30 in the microwave or 8 min in a bain-marie.
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A word from Arthur
Modern life and its mad rhythm invite us to be more and more attentive to what we consume every day. The diversity of diets (vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian, gluten-free or with a bit of sugar) proves that a quality nutrition, serving our well-being, has become a priority.
Faced with this observation, I wanted “Les Petits Plats d’Arthur” to be both respectful of individual diets while supporting the values of sharing and exchange that are dear to French culinary culture.
A healthy and gourmet solution for everyone.
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What’s up with ” Les Petits Plats d’Arthur” ?
In recent years, we have been regularly hearing about gluten. But what is gluten and where is it found? In Les Petits Plats d’Arthur, we explain the basics!Read More
A brief return on our experience at Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann.
Did you come to visit us at the gourmet space of the Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann between the 4th and the 15th of July?
If you did, at the same time as you pulled yourself out of the Parisian furnace that was 42 degrees, you discovered our delicious dishes created and made in reusable glass jars and lovingly cooked without additives, preservatives, palm oil, gluten or lactose.Read More
We dreamt a lot about it… it’s done!
Les Petits Plats d’Arthur was officially launched on March 29, 2019. For the occasion, we have chosen an exhibition with an evocative name: the fair of good and taste, echoing our motto “eat healthy and gourmet“.Read More
Lactose is mainly contained in cow’s milk and the French culinary art frequently uses it. Between butter, fresh cream, and the roughly 1200 cheeses that exist in France, it is hard to pass lactose by …Read More
Gluten is found in cereals such as wheat, spelt, rye and barley. Hidden in many of our foods, reducing or stopping its consumption is not that easy.Read More