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Snail pate

Snail pate is a traditional European delicacy

Cooked, live and frozen snails are among a wide range of products, offered by the snail farm «Snails House». We are engaged in breeding, cultivating and collection of different types of snails. Our company is ready to offer you to but snail pate. This delicate, gentle and extraordinary dish will catch fancy of amateurs of the high cuisine.  We cook pate, prepared from the shellfish, which have been grown and collected at our farm, located in the ecologically pristine areas. The receipt of our delicacy includes the freshest and most qualitative products.

Helix Aspersa Maxima Pate

Snail pate

Weight: 5 kg-unlimited

Packing: glass, metal, cardboard box.

Composition: Helix Aspersa Maxima meat (55%), cream, butter, fresh yolk, fresh vegetables, salt, corn starch, cognac, pepper and natural flavours.

Helix Aspersa Muller Pate

Helix Muller Pate

Weight: 5 kg-unlimited

Packing: glass,metal, cardboard box.

Composition: Helix Aspersa Muller meat (55%), cream, butter, fresh yolk, fresh vegetables, salt, corn starch, cognac, pepper and natural flavours.

Helix Pomatia Pate

Grape snail pate

Weight: 5 kg-unlimited

Packing: glass,metal, cardboard box.

Composition: Helix Pomatia meat (55%), cream, butter, fresh yolk, fresh vegetables, salt, corn starch, cognac, pepper and natural flavours.

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France has always been famous for its magnificent and exquisite cuisine. It generously presented the world with a large number of culinary recipes. One of the most important places in French cuisine belongs to pate. This word means not just a dish, but its consistency – a smooth, soft and unique homogeneous texture. The French make it from a wide variety of meats, poultry and fish, and snails are no exception.

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