Pascal Caffet

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FrenchBorn Pascal Caffet

French pastry confectioner and chocolate maker

Born on March 02, 1962 in Troyes , France (60 years)

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Pascal Caffet is a World-Champion and Meilleur Ouvrier de France French pastry confectioner and chocolate maker. He has shops in France, Italy and in Japan.

...   Pascal Caffet is a World-Champion and Meilleur Ouvrier de France French pastry confectioner and chocolate maker. He has shops in France, Italy and in Japan.


Company history

In 1979 Bernard Caffet (Pascal's father) created the “Palais du chocolat” in Troyes, a pastry and chocolate shop in France. After the death of Bernard Caffet, Pascal and Florence took over the family-owned business in 1987.

1989: Pascal becomes “Meilleur Ouvrier de France Pâtissier” Best French Pastry Confectionner. He was only 27 years old, he was the youngest “Meilleur Ouvrier de France ».
1990: Pascal and Florence decide to open a bigger shop, because the first one was too small to present all the products, pastries and chocolates.
1996: Pascal becomes for the first time World Champion (chocolate and pastry).
2004: Opening of the second shop in Troyes, close to the new factory.
2004: The first shop Pascal Caffet, made in Japan, opens.
2007: The third shop opens in Troyes, and the fourth shop opens in Japan.
2008: Pascal and Florence decide to start the first shop in Paris in the very “chic” Quartier Saint-Germain.
2008: Le “Club des Croqueurs de Chocolat”, gives to Pascal Caffet an award for the very high quality of his chocolates.
2010: The first Italian shop opens in Turin.
2013: The Maison Pascal Caffet is now established in the capital of Champagne, Reims.
2014: Pascal Caffet opens 2 shops in Paris(16ème and 17ème arrondissements).
2015: Pascal Caffet distributes its products in London, United Kingdom.


Awards
2013: Apprentice Mathieu Blandin wins the gold medal at the Pastry World-Championship
2009: Best chocolate maker in France
2003: Gold Medal Pastry & Chocolate World-Championship (Champion du Monde). Lyon, France
Silver & Bronze medal Chocolate World-Championship. Las Vegas, United States - 2002 & 2004
1996: Gold medal Pastry & Chocolate World-Championship (Champion du Monde). Milano, Italy
1989: Best French Pastry Confectioner (Meilleur Ouvrier de France). France


See also
List of chocolatiers


References


External links
http://www.pascal-caffet.com France
http://www.pascalcaffet.co.uk UK



Biography from Wikipedia (see original) under licence CC BY-SA 3.0


 

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