Les Trois Petits Cochons/Three Little Pigs: Organic Pâté de Campagne

Our Pâté de Campagne is a classically prepared course pâté, made of ground pork, onion, garlic, parsley, and spices. It is made with all organic, non-GMO, and gluten free ingredients, and contains no preservatives or colorings. The pâté de Campagne, like all of our products, is handcrafted in small batches, with innovative cooking methods and strict quality control. This allows us to create consistent, high-quality products.

The Pâté de Campagne is a staple of every French household, and many households have their own recipes. Our recipe consists of Organic Pork, Organic Pork Liver, Organic Onions, Salt, Organic Spices, Organic Garlic, and Organic Parsley. Compared to other pâté’s, the Pâté de Campagne uses a smaller amount of liver, which is used more as seasoning rather than a dominant flavor.

It is a humble but delicious dish made from simple ingredients, and should be eaten simply with a good baguette, French Dijon, and Cornichons. It’s also a great dish for a weekend dinner party. Use it as an addition to any charcuterie board and pair is with fruity and robust beverages such as cider or apple juice.

The product is a high source of Vitamin A and Iron.

  • Organic
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • Artisanal
  • Handcrafted
  • No Preservatives
  • No Colorings


A full-bodied red wine, robust and fruity with minimal influence of oak or a light to medium-bodied red wine with a hint of earthy aromas balanced by a fruit-forward bouquet.

Les Trois Petits Cochons/Three Little Pigs Products include:

Organic Pâté de Campagne, Rillettes de Porc, Rillettes de Canard, Organic Pâté Basque


Les Trois Petits Cochons (The Three Little Pigs) began as a small charcuterie shop in Greenwich Village, New York in 1975. Started by chefs Alain Sinturel and Jean Pierre Pradi, the brand has since become the largest and oldest pâté company in the U.S. Les Trois Petits Cochons is one of the most awarded specialty food companies in North America, with 20+ sofi awards, and continues to produce artisanal and premium pâté and charcuterie by crafting small, handmade batches using only high-quality ingredients. Today, the brand continues to lead the pâté and charcuterie industry, offering a complete line of authentic pâtés, mousses, sausages, saucissons, and other French specialties. This New York-based company combines time-honored French recipes, choice ingredients, innovative cooking methods, and strict quality control to create consistent, handcrafted products. The gourmet products are available in 1,500+ specialty and natural retailers nationwide. Most recently, Les Trois Petits Cochons launched a new line of the first-ever organic pâté, Organic Pâté de Campagne, Organic Mousse aux Cèpes varieties, and Organic Pâté aux Pommes et Cidre. Les Trois Petits Cochons is combining elevated with accessible, while maintaining the company’s founding sourcing, production, and quality standards.

Alain Sinturel, Founder and Chairman of Les Trois Petits Cochons

Alain Sinturel, Founder and Chairman of Les Trois Petits Cochons, was born in Paris, where he fell in love with French cuisine and learned how to make charcuterie from his grandfather who was a chef. Growing up in a hotel owned by his family, Sinturel would meet people from all over the globe who inspired him to travel and taste foods throughout other countries, expanding his palate, and further influencing him to follow his dreams into the culinary world.

Before creating Les Trois Petits Cochons, Sinturel earned his Diplôme d'Études Hôtelières at the respected École Hôtelière Lausanne in Switzerland, regarded as being the best hospitality school in the world. After graduation, he knew his passion was in the kitchen, working with fine ingredients and creating exquisite dishes. Sinturel went on to work as a chef in famous culinary cities such as London and Chicago. His future business partner, Jean Pierre Pradie’s uncle owned a charcuterie shop near Bordeaux. Together, even with all of their experience and combined funds, they could not afford to open a restaurant in New York. Instead, they started the charcuterie shop, Les Trois Petits Cochons, in Greenwich Village, NY in 1975.

The small 300 square foot charcuterie shop was an overnight sensation thanks to creativity, long hours of hard work, and glowing reviews written by well-known food writers like Mimi Sheraton from New York Magazine and a James Beard piece that helped catapult the business into the New York food scene, drawing in customers from all over the globe. It wasn’t long before Sinturel achieved his dream of Les Trois Petits Cochons becoming the first nationally distributed pâté and charcuterie company in the United States, selling their pâté de campagne wholesale.

A leader in the industry, with an undeniable passion for flavor and tradition, Sinturel created a nationally recognized brand dedicated to time-honored recipes, now known as one of the most awarded specialty food companies in the country. His contribution to the specialty food industry was recently recognized by the Specialty Food Association when he was inducted into the Association's Hall of Fame. After David Kemp joined the brand as an investor and CEO, Sinturel stepped down from his position as CEO and currently remains with the company as founder, chairman, and advisor. He provides years of business experience, valuable insight, and a refined palette when trying new innovations.

When he isn't at work in the kitchen developing one-of-a-kind recipes, he spends time sailing, traveling with family, and seeking out new unique dishes in New York.


​Organic Pork, Organic Pork Liver, Organic Onions, Salt, Organic Spices, Organic Garlic, Organic Parsley.



Answer: Pâté (pronounced Pa-TAY): French food made from meats, vegetables or seafood combined with spices, wines or liquor and other ingredients such as truffles, pistachios or wild mushrooms. Pâté: Coarse texture, Sliceable Mousse: Smooth, Creamy, Spreadable Terrine: Light, Spreadable, Non-meat


Answer: ​7 to 10 days. Wrap it tight with plastic wrap and keep refrigerated.


Answer: Loosen pâté from mold by firmly pulling the lengthwise sides of the container away from the pâté. Invert mold. Firmly tap one end of the mold against a table top. Repeat until pâté slides out of mold. Enjoy!


Answer: Les Trois Petits Cochons’ products are available nationwide. You can call us at 1-800 LES PATES or email us at info@3pigs.com for more details. Our products are also available through mail order and many websites.


Answer: Select your favorite Les Trois Petits Cochons pâtés and charcuterie. Slice desired amount and place on a wooden cutting board or a serving plate. Spoon rillettes and mousse in a small bowl and place on board. Serve with cornichons and moutarde de dijon (dijon mustard).


Les Trois Petits Cochons
4223 1st Avenue
2nd floor
Brooklyn, NY 11232


Local: 212.219.1230



For Wholesale information, please contact sales@3pigs.com

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