With a rich millennium-old history, Rungis Market is one of the famous places of French gastronomic heritage, and a well-known landmark.
Rungis is not only a market. It is also a common project, carried out daily by thousands of men and women, who are inspired by fundamental values like quality, pleasure, proximity and transmission.
Moved from the centre of Paris to Rungis in 1969, Europe’s leading wholesale fresh food market is the culmination of a long history and a very old tradition of professionalism and good taste. A look back at about 2,000 years of history.
Rungis is a reference for everyone who is passionate about gastronomy and cuisine. These past few years, the Market has become involved in major culinary demonstrations and regularly hosts news reports and cooking shows.
A walk along the various aisles at Rungis is a great way to discover the most exciting of gifts that gastronomy has to offer.
The Rungis Market hosts a large proportion of agricultural and food products of French origin. Market gardeners and arboriculturists sell their produce directly on the Tile of the Producers of Rungis, whilst the wholesalers regularly organize animations on regional products.