Cooked Burgundy Beef Stew William Saurin


Burgundy beef stew William Saurin

the 400 g casserole
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Burgundy beef stew William Saurin

the 400 g casserole
In 1898, Emmanuel Adolphe William Seurin (1872-1937) said “William Saurin” opened a grocery store in Saint-Mandé. The company is developing rapidly using the appertisation (named after the inventor of the canned food, Nicolas Appert) for the manufacture of canned stews and jams. It remains family until 1979, when Vincent Saurin resells to Lesieur.

Additional information

Weight 450 g

Potatoes (preservative: sodium DISULFITE) 30%, water, beef prepared in precooked salting 23% (salt, stabilizers: E451, E452), red wine, carrots, BLE flour, tomato concentrate , corn starch, shallots, pork blood, salt, flavorings (including BLE, BARLEY, MILK), rapeseed oil, sugar, garlic, thickener: guar gum, coloring: ordinary caramel E150a, thyme.

allergens : Lactose / Sulfites / Gluten


To be consumed preferably before the date inscribed on the product.

Store at room temperature. After opening, keep 48h max at 4 ° C.


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