Salaisons du Mâconnais

Our history

Localisation Pierreclos

Our company

Salaisons du Mâconnais

In the heart of Burgundy, the FOUILLOUX family has been making French saucisson according to the purest family tradition, for four generations.

Our values

Based on a typical and traditional French product, Salaisons du Mâconnais continues to develop quality products with a complete and attractive range.

Our markets

Salaisons du Mâconnais have been able to combine family tradition, flexibility of a small producer, respect for product requirements and modernity of the production unit, to meet the expectations of distributors in France, in Europe and beyond the seas on two types of markets:

  • Salaisons du Mâconnais branded products
  • Distributors’ private labels

Outside of France we are mainly distributed in :

  • Germany
  • Belgium
  • the Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Taiwan
  • Canada
  • the FOUILLOUX family and their employees in the 1920s


    Joanny Fouilloux, a butcher, opens the first butcher's shop in the heart of the village of Pierreclos, in Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy.

  • 1960

    Specialization into saucisson producer, after the closure of the abattoirs in Pierreclos.

  • 1971

    Death of the founding father Joanny Fouilloux.

  • the workshop in the 1970’s

    1971 - 1982

    His sons Roger and Auguste continue to develop the business.  Strong increase in production thanks to the sale of products in large butcher shops in Paris.

  • 80s business brochure

    1982 - 2010

    Their sons Georges and Jean-Pierre take over the activity and develope the production site by building the heart of the current production site. Salaisons Du Mâconnais started to be referenced by several supermarket chains and first productions of Private Label brands.

  • production site in 2014

    2011 - 2013

    When Georges died, the story continued with his two sons Jérôme and Sébastien. The production site grows.

  • exported product


    The company turns to export and sells in Europe, Asia and North America.

  • le galet de Pierreclos


    The round-shaped, rindless saucisson, called “Pavé du Mâconnais”, appears.