The oldest butchers’ shop in the South of France, Boucherie Fabre, has successfully secured a second retail shop in the La Californie neighbourhood of Cannes.
The new shop comes just eight months after the butchers unveiled their flagship site in the Marché Forville of Cannes. On Friday 3rd July, Boucherie Fabre will be cutting the ribbon of its brand new 100m2 shop, located on 66 Avenue Maréchal Juin (06400, Cannes), and are inviting locals to attend.
In honour of the launch, a special tasting session will be held from 4pm until 6pm at the site; it will be open to all lovers of meat, and will feature Boucherie Fabre’s signature handmade sausages and burgers, as well as bacon by Dingley Dell, Black Angus beef, and a range of international charcuterie..
Boucherie Fabre is set to service both local residents and trade clients. With a team of French and English-speaking butchers, the renowned business is looking to recruit a bilingual salesperson with a strong knowledge of the region and the yachting industry.
Jez Moore, sales and marketing manager at Boucherie Fabre commented, “Hot on the back of extremely positive feedback from our yachting clients, we want to make sure that every yacht in the Mediterranean is aware of the quality, value and service we can provide.
“We would like someone with good knowledge of, and access to, the yachting market, who has a passion for high quality food and is ready to hit the ground running as our salesperson. In return, we are prepared to reward this person appropriately.”
The new site will reach out to the yachting community in Cannes’ new Port Canto, and Port Camille Rayon in Golfe Juan, and will also offer customers travelling from the eastern side of the Alpes-Maritimes an alternative location to the flagship site in Cannes’ city centre.
For more information visit Boucherie Fabre.