Androuet London

Andreout found his passion for the making of French cheeses in the early 19th century.
He opened he first cremerie in the rue d’Amsterdam in 1910 but after the disruption of the Great War, he had to reopen his business on the market. Henri Androuët spent many years discovering new cheese, which led him across France at a time when roads were still unpaved. He loved learning about the creation of cheese, the place that it was made and the nature of those who make it.
By the mid 1920's Andreout offered over 100 types of cheese which brought along many customers. In the early 30's his son decided to continue the family business alongside his father instead of pursuing a career in architecture. By the 1950's the pair were known worldwide as unchallenged ambassadors of the cheese making industry.

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