Creation of the House Didden around the famous family mustard
It is in 1925 that Jean-François starts to produce mustard following the recipe that is highly liked by his family.
It is then that he created the House Didden. Together with his two sons, François and Théodore, he sells the mustard by going door to door with his horse to share his passion for taste.
Gherkins, onions, pickles: the House grows rapidly and starts to offer other condiments
The incomparable taste and texture of the Didden Mustard, makes from Didden the Belgian reference. Very quickly, it offers other condiments such as gherkins, onions and pickles. Fresh, refined and selected with taste and care following the expertise and requirements of the House, the Didden products are immediately a pledge of quality in the eyes of connoisseurs.
Launch of the authentic Grand-Mère mayonnaise for the Brussels World's Fair
Very attached to his country and heritage, Pierre Didden, already the third generation, launches the authentic Grand-Mère mayonnaise for the Brussels World's Fair. It is nowadays still made like in the olden days, with a handmixer.
The House extends its range for the happiness of the taste buds
Due to the success of the Grand-Mère Mayonnaise, Pierre Didden decides to launch other variants of cold sauces. A few years later, he decided to launch a range of warm sauces.
Didden embarks on the art of confit
The creative passion of the House pushes Pierre Didden to embark in the art of the confit. It's an ancestral accompaniment, brillantly brought up to date, which is the centerpiece of Didden for thirty-five years. Didden is the only one to have such mastery in Belgium.
Michèle Didden, fourth generation, takes over the company
It is in the heart of Brussels that Michèle Didden perpetuates a family heritage, rich of four generations: the passion for gourmet and creative cuisine
Didden launches a range of Dressings
Thanks to the creative passion of Michèle Didden, Didden launches a new range of Dressings.
The dressings add some sunshine, something that is a bit missing in Belgium, to your dishes and your salads.
Didden continues to sublimate dishes
Today, Didden continues to combine heritage and modernity by imaging the most surprising associations of flavors while remaining authentic and faithful to the values that are dear to it.
Concerned about the health and well-being of its gastronomes, the House Didden is committed to offer authentic culinary creations for a healthy pleasure and a multisensory experience.