In October 2021, its 6th edition conducted across the globe

Goût de/Good France, a huge celebration of French gastronomy in France and worldwide, is back for its sixth edition! France will be showcased again across the five continents, combining tourism appeal and global promotion of products, symbols of our French culinary heritage.

Once again this year, a French-style dinner will be held in the embassies and consulates of more than 150 countries and in several thousand restaurants throughout the world. In order to strengthen its commitment to global environmental action, Goût de/Good France 2021 will once again place sustainable gastronomy at the centre of this new edition.

An event organized by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and Alain Ducasse.

The highlights of this 6th edition

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Spotlight on Centre-Val de Loire:

In 2021, Goût de/Good France will feature Centre-Val de Loire in a series of events in France and abroad. In many ways, the gastronomy of Centre-Val de Loire epitomizes the art of living à la française.


The Gastronomic meal of the French is celebrating the tenth anniversary of its inclusion on the UNESCO list!

A sixth edition marked by the tenth anniversary of the Gastronomic Meal of the French on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list. From October 14th to October 22nd, this French traditional social practice will be embraced well beyond its borders, in its uniqueness and its diversity. By bringing together nearly 350,000 people to enjoy thousands of French-style dinners, Goût de/Good France proudly shares the values of French gastronomy every year.

Sustainable cuisine

Following on from COP21 and the French National Food Conference (Etats Généraux de l’Alimentation), France is a forerunner of global environmental action. Goût de/Good France is engaging in a respectful treatment of the world’s resources and to SUSTAINABLE CUISINE. In terms of health, the environment, the economy, energy, culture and education, the restaurant world should shoulder new responsibilities to adopt a virtuous, sustainable and environmentally responsible way of working.

Discover the White Paper on Sustainable Gastronomy

The national and international calendar of events will be issued shortly.