From my frequent trips to France, I’ve found that French people typically don’t snack like Canadians. But if they do snack, they have a lot choice including very delicate treats like “Calissons” from the south of France. They are made of marzipan or almonds with a fruity melon-like flavor. Calissons are traditionally associated with the town of Aix-en-Provence and, according to Wikipedia, the world supply of calissons are still made in the Provence region. In addition to be nice bite-size treats, they’re also great for presents!