The much-loved orange bottles, more used to spicing up pies and fish and chips in Yorkshire could soon be adding a touch of flavour to frogs' legs, baguettes and duck a l'orange after a deal was struck to sell the condiment in French supermarkets.
And while the sauce inside remains the same as that beloved by generations of Sheffield, the outside of the bottle has a distinct Gallic twist - with the ingredients listed in French.
Henderson's, a city delicacy since the latter part of the 19th century, will be sold in and around Paris by French distributor Eric Bur Distribution.
A spokesman said "This is the first time Hendo's has ever headed to France as a proper export product, and the first time its label has been in French."
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The distributor plans to sell the bottles to the premium food sector in France, as well as nationwide supermarket chains such as Intermarché and Leclerc.
First produced by Henry Hendersos, famous fans of the condiment include Sheffield-born celebrities Sean Bean, Peter Stringfellow and Def Leppard's Rick Savage.