This famous blue tin is unmistakable. The famous Pâté Hénaff is a traditional food stuff in Brittany and beyond; the recipe dates back 100 years. It is made of pork (96%), spices, and a certain "je ne sais quoi," whose secret is jealously guarded by the Hénaff family. Hénaff uses fresh meat reared in the neighborhood and includes the best morsels of pork, like the hams and fillets, to produce a pâté with an exceptionally fine texture and unfogettable taste. It is aged six weeks before selling.
5.4 oz. Product of France.
Pork with ham, water, salt, spices, sodium nitrite.