How much do you spend on food in France?
France is a country of pastry shops.
The number of pastry restaurants in the country has nearly doubled in the last 15 years, from 8,000 to 50,000.
That’s more than double the number of restaurants in Britain, but only a third of the number in the U.K. France’s number of cakes, pastries and biscuits is growing too, according to the French food marketing agency, Delus.
The market in France for pastry is also growing fast, as the country’s population has grown by more than 25 million since 1970.
But the pastry business has remained small compared to other industries.
There are about 15,000 pastry shops in France, compared to more than 100,000 in Britain.
A number of factors are contributing to this success.
For one thing, France has the largest number of ethnic minorities in Europe.
In France, there are about 10,000 Muslims, and nearly half of the country is ethnically Muslim.
Also, there’s a strong tradition of pastry, with the traditional pastry baker’s recipe being passed down from generation to generation.
In France, pastry has become a major source of income.
Last year, the number one export of France was pastry.
It was more than twice as much as all other countries combined.
Another reason for the countrys popularity is the fact that it’s a country where people have a wide variety of tastes.
There’s a lot of bread in France.
In Britain, people would have a lot more of an aversion to biscuits.
The French people are much more accepting of meat.
It has also been a long time since the French have been able to get on the bandwagon of the whole vegetarian thing.
There have been a lot fewer restrictions on the consumption of meat in the past, says Pascal Cossin, the president of Delus, which represents the French pastry industry.
France has also had a long tradition of producing artisanal cheeses and pastries.
In the late 1980s, there was a big push to open up this type of artisanal bakery in France because of its prestige.
The pastry baker is still one of the most important jobs in the French bakeries.
It’s a really important job because it makes the pastry industry unique.
French pastry is not a cheap product.
The average cost per piece of pastry in France is about 6,000 euros.
However, some French pastry shops have even set their prices higher.
A large number of people are also looking for a more affordable option, particularly in the food-service industry.
People are looking for cheaper products.
It used to be that in the summer, the price for a slice of cake in France was around 300 euros.
Now, people are looking at cheaper alternatives.
There’s a big demand for cheeses in France and also in England, especially in the dessert market.
For instance, people in the northeast are ordering a cake with a cheese filling and a sauce to go with it.
A lot of people in England want to try the same thing.
A cheese and a wine can cost anywhere from 2,000-3,000 pounds, according a French pastry shop owner.
And in recent years, there has been a huge demand for meat.
In fact, the meat industry in France has grown over the past 15 years.
The demand for French meat is still higher than that of England, which is the UK.
In 2016, French meat accounted for more than 35 percent of the total meat market, while English meat was only 14 percent.
What are the differences between British and French pastry?
French pastries have more ingredients.
The recipes are often simpler, with ingredients being more expensive.
For example, a cake in England costs 4,000 Euros, while a cake from France costs 2,500 Euros.
The ingredients used in the pastry market in the UK are generally higher quality, according in Delus data.
For the same price, a pie in England would be made of butter and sugar, whereas in France it would be a mixture of flour, water, sugar and eggs.
A French pastry baker can use more than 1,000 different kinds of flour.
In England, it is often made of egg whites, which are usually white.
In French pastry, flour is usually white or light brown.
French pastry is usually made with eggs, which can be made from a mixture made up of milk, butter, sugar, eggs and salt.
For the same cake, in Britain it is usually prepared with a mixture that includes a mixture containing white and dark chocolate.
In Germany, it’s made with the same ingredients, but the chocolate is usually melted.
The main differences are price, time, ingredients, and of course the quality.
The main difference between British pastry and French is the price.
Cake sales in Britain have fallen dramatically in recent times.
In 2015, British cake sales were up 14 percent compared to the year before