A day shop has been set up at the Bordeau market in Bordes, the country’s second largest city, and the local news site, La Voz de Bordeux, has posted photos of the store.
The shop will open on Friday at 1pm and will be the latest in a long line of family day shops in Bords and nearby cities, which began in the city in 2009.
“We have the right people here.
We’ve worked with the local community.
The food is great.
And the environment is great,” a representative from the Bordes family shop told La Vojueva.
“You can feel it.
You can see the food.
And we are a family-friendly place.”
The Bordeaus, whose name means “sitting at the foot of the sea”, are one of France’s oldest communities.
They are located about an hour and a half south of Paris, on the French Riviera, close to the famous Champs-Elysees.
Family-owned shops have sprung up across the country in recent years.
Last year, a family shop in Lyon opened after opening in a nearby park.
Last month, a day shop in the French capital’s historic Champs Elysees became the first in France to open a day.
A month later, a bakery in the Paris suburb of Montrouge opened a bakery shop.
In October, a shop opened in Marseille’s famous Montmartre district.
The new family dayshop will be owned by a family from the village of Bordeus, which is located about 90 kilometres (55 miles) east of Paris.
The family shop is also owned by an older woman who is the daughter of a prominent businessman, according to La Votre Bordeussique.