Alsace is famous for its beer (for example, Kronenbourg or Meteor), its sauerkraut (choucroute in French), and several other local specialities such as Alsace Flammekueche, a traditional dish that is not unlike a pizza without tomatoes, but covered with cheese, cream, mushrooms and local ham.
What is a major product of the Alsace-Lorraine region?
Alsace EconomyKey economic Data for AlsaceStudent populationMore than 69,000 students across Alsace.SalaryAverage salary = 17,457 €/year.Alsace AgricultureAgricultural productsMain farm products: Cabbage for choucroute,Grapes for wine, cereals, hops, fruits, dairy, meats, vegetables, quetsches and tobacco.15 more rows
What is the difference between Alsace and Alsace-Lorraine?
Alsace-Lorraine is a historical region, now called Alsace-Moselle, located in France. The Alsatian part lay in the Rhine Valley on the west bank of the Rhine River, east of the Vosges Mountains; the section originally in Lorraine was in the upper Moselle valley to the north of the Vosges.