La Duneira pastry shop in the departments bulletin


The story is not trivial for Celine Bolland-Jarrousse, manager of La Duneira pastry shop: the department council called her to ask for one of the photos of her Christmas creations shown in the window to be published on the departments official bulletin My Haute-Loire.

A good surprise, but a very complicated 2020

“After the surprise, it was a satisfaction to see our work being noticed. The photo of our creations is featured prominently in the magazine. ''

But when we talk to her about 2020, Celine Bolland-Jarrousse admits that she 'lost 30{7d3485657e94c2a51293ca186d4450b2f27c317aa7ee3509dac6c8bbf5461118} of her sales during the first delivery' and that 'it got worse during the second'. Fortunately, 'the summer was good and the Dunièrois played the game well'.

In October 2018, Celine Bolland-Jarrousse took over Maison Dupuy, which had run the pastry shop for 42 years in two generations. The pastry shop was then renamed La Duneira. The specialties from yesterday are of course retained, such as the famous cream puffs, but the originality of the house is above all the creativity of the floral, a composition of vanilla violet on blueberry mousse.