French Lime Mayonnaise by Delouis, 4.4 oz (125 g)

French Lime Mayonnaise by Delouis, 4.4 oz (125 g)

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SKU: FR-1365

Delouis Lime Mayonnaise is a jar full of authentic French mayo consisting of egg yolk, sunflower oil, and Dijon mustard enriched with green lime for extra zest and fresh aroma. Characterized by its smooth buttery texture, this mayonnaise is guaranteed to become an inseparable part of your everyday cooking! 

Often enjoyed with sandwiches, salads, egg recipes, and French fries, mayonnaise, also referred to as "mayo" in its current form, was invented by the French chef of Duke de Richelieu in 1756. After defeating the British at Port, the chef created a special sauce made of eggs and cream to replace and substitute olive oil with what we refer to today as mayonnaise. This centuries-old condiment Thanks to the French people, this centuries-old condiment got popular in the 19th century, and the word mayonnaise, which quickly appeared in British and German cookbooks, migrated to the USA. Today, mayonnaise serves as a versatile condiment widely enjoyed all over the world and if you are interested in discovering more, check out our assortment of the world's favorite mayonnaise!  

Delouis is a French condiment brand dedicated to bringing the most authentic gourmet French flavors of vinegar, mustard, sauce, mayonnaise, and other essentials. In 1885, Georges Limousin - a young soldier - brought a new set up of a vinegar factory in Limoges, not far from the Bordeaux vineyard, which soon turned into the primary source of the ingredients for the vinegar produced by George's factory. The brand got its name from Pierre Delouis, who joined the family business in 1940, and developed it to become one of France's leading vinegar producers! With the brand's great focus on selecting the best raw materials and delivering the French gastronomic know-how, Delouis products are recognized by cooking professionals, enthusiasts, and chefs worldwide! If you are looking for more brands like Delouis, you can discover many authentic French products in our online French grocery store!

Lime Mayonnaise by Delouis makes for a versatile condiment that pairs exceptionally well with grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, prawns, sandwiches, tacos, and fish!


  • Ingredient: Sunflower oil, egg yolk, green limes (7%), Dijon mustard* (mustard seeds, alcohol vinegar, water, salt), water, whitenwine vinegar*, salt, thickener: xanthan gum
  • Product Weight: 4.4 oz (125 g)
  • Product of France
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

Delouis Lime Mayonnaise is a jar full of authentic French mayo consisting of egg yolk, sunflower oil, and Dijon mustard enriched with green lime for extra zest and fresh aroma. Characterized by its smooth buttery texture, this mayonnaise is guaranteed to become an inseparable part of your everyday cooking! 

Often enjoyed with sandwiches, salads, egg recipes, and French fries, mayonnaise, also referred to as "mayo" in its current form, was invented by the French chef of Duke de Richelieu in 1756. After defeating the British at Port, the chef created a special sauce made of eggs and cream to replace and substitute olive oil with what we refer to today as mayonnaise. This centuries-old condiment Thanks to the French people, this centuries-old condiment got popular in the 19th century, and the word mayonnaise, which quickly appeared in British and German cookbooks, migrated to the USA. Today, mayonnaise serves as a versatile condiment widely enjoyed all over the world and if you are interested in discovering more, check out our assortment of the world's favorite mayonnaise!  

Delouis is a French condiment brand dedicated to bringing the most authentic gourmet French flavors of vinegar, mustard, sauce, mayonnaise, and other essentials. In 1885, Georges Limousin - a young soldier - brought a new set up of a vinegar factory in Limoges, not far from the Bordeaux vineyard, which soon turned into the primary source of the ingredients for the vinegar produced by George's factory. The brand got its name from Pierre Delouis, who joined the family business in 1940, and developed it to become one of France's leading vinegar producers! With the brand's great focus on selecting the best raw materials and delivering the French gastronomic know-how, Delouis products are recognized by cooking professionals, enthusiasts, and chefs worldwide! If you are looking for more brands like Delouis, you can discover many authentic French products in our online French grocery store!

Lime Mayonnaise by Delouis makes for a versatile condiment that pairs exceptionally well with grilled chicken, sweet potato fries, prawns, sandwiches, tacos, and fish!


  • Ingredient: Sunflower oil, egg yolk, green limes (7%), Dijon mustard* (mustard seeds, alcohol vinegar, water, salt), water, whitenwine vinegar*, salt, thickener: xanthan gum
  • Product Weight: 4.4 oz (125 g)
  • Product of France
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.
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