Like so many competitions, The Championnat de France du Dessert has been forced to delay its national final this year. Initially scheduled for the month of April, it will finally take place on October 6 and 7 at the Lycée hôtelier Georges Baptiste in Canteleu-Rouen, France.
Organized by Cultures Sucre (formerly called CEDUS, an association that looks after the interests of the sugar sector in the French country), this competition aims to highlight restaurant desserts. In this 46th edition, chaired by Christophe Adam, the winners of the regional qualifiers held before the pandemic will participate. All of them will have 4 hours and 50 minutes to prepare two plated desserts for ten people, one of them freely selectable and the other with a figure imposed by Adam.