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Ferme de la berceuse

At a time when sustainable farming left many skeptical, Robin Fortin was quite the visionary. Caring about both the environment and consumers’ health, he founded an organic farm almost 25 years ago, in Wickham, Centre-du-Québec.

Offering a wide variety of cheese made 100% from milk from Quebec cows, Guy and Lise are passionate, creative and ambitious. That’s what gives the rich and delicate taste that we find in their cheese. Renowned in Quebec and other countries, cheese from Lise and Guy is truly their pride and joy.

In the heart of Serres Lefort 

Valérie Terrault, Marketing Director of Hydroserre, invites us to visit their greenhouses. She helps us discover hydroponics in the production of lettuce and organic pepper and cucumber farming!

In their organic vegetable farm, they grow a wide variety of vegetables including lettuce, squash, garlic and tomatoes, without GMO or synthetic chemical pesticides or fertilizers.

In order to preserve biodiversity and to reduce the incidence of fungal diseases, Julie and Sébastien practice crop rotation, which means alternating crops in the same field, from year to year. Because providing high-quality vegetables is their priority.

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Lavender in all its splendour

Ève-Lyne Auger chats with Nathalie Nasseri, GM and co-owner of Bleu Lavande, who invites us to take in her fields of flowers. She shares her wellbeing products for the body and home, as well as the therapeutic and relaxing effects of lavender.

Offering a wide variety of cheese made 100% from milk from Quebec cows, Guy and Lise are passionate, creative and ambitious. That’s what gives the rich and delicate taste that we find in their cheese. Renowned in Quebec and other countries, cheese from Lise and Guy is truly their pride and joy.

Eve-Lyne Auger ventures into the camelina fields

Eve-Lyne Auger sits down with Chantal Van Winden, CEO of Signé Caméline. In a charming country setting, Chantal tells the story of the mysterious flower she has been growing for 15 years. The two also take the opportunity to make a refreshing salad with camelina oil and seeds.

In their organic vegetable farm, they grow a wide variety of vegetables including lettuce, squash, garlic and tomatoes, without GMO or synthetic chemical pesticides or fertilizers.

In order to preserve biodiversity and to reduce the incidence of fungal diseases, Julie and Sébastien practice crop rotation, which means alternating crops in the same field, from year to year. Because providing high-quality vegetables is their priority.

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Maude visits la Clef des Champs

Maude Carmel takes us to the Laurentians to meet Marie Provost, president and founder of La Clef des Champs. This industry pioneer tells her profession’s secrets and the journey that led her to the production of medicinal plants, more than 40 years ago.

Offering a wide variety of cheese made 100% from milk from Quebec cows, Guy and Lise are passionate, creative and ambitious. That’s what gives the rich and delicate taste that we find in their cheese. Renowned in Quebec and other countries, cheese from Lise and Guy is truly their pride and joy.

Maude Carmel cooks live at PurDélys Gardens!

While visiting PurDélys Gardens, Maude Carmel was inspired by the local farm’s delicious fresh, organic products, and prepared a cauliflower steak served with corn and beet salsa. This easy recipe allows you to fully enjoy fresh, quality food from Quebec!

In their organic vegetable farm, they grow a wide variety of vegetables including lettuce, squash, garlic and tomatoes, without GMO or synthetic chemical pesticides or fertilizers.

In order to preserve biodiversity and to reduce the incidence of fungal diseases, Julie and Sébastien practice crop rotation, which means alternating crops in the same field, from year to year. Because providing high-quality vegetables is their priority.

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Local, organic produce, just around the corner

Maude Carmel visits Les Serres du Dos Blanc, a cooperative located in Ville Saint-Laurent that offers Montrealers the possibility of enjoying organic fruits and vegetables all year long. She also takes advantage of the occasion to make a recipe with products she picked onsite!

Offering a wide variety of cheese made 100% from milk from Quebec cows, Guy and Lise are passionate, creative and ambitious. That’s what gives the rich and delicate taste that we find in their cheese. Renowned in Quebec and other countries, cheese from Lise and Guy is truly their pride and joy.

Merveilles d’abeilles

With their 400 hives, Jonathan, Carmen and their daughter produce honey with exquisite flavours and natural benefits. Every day at Saint-Didace in the Lanaudière region, they take care of their bees and harvest the honey that we’re all grateful for.

For Jonathan and Carmen, practicing family farming that is respectful of the environment is at the heart of their mission. Their bee colonies are sedentary: they are never moved with a view to commercial colonisation. The apiaries at Merveilles d’abeilles are ecological, insecticide-free and use a large variety of florals such as pastures (hay, clover, alfalfa), buckwheat and milkweed. With the greatest respect for the bees’ ecosystem, Jonathan and Carmen uncap their honey by hand, with cold extraction. This honey is neither filtered nor pasteurized, which renders a delicious nectar that contains more pollens, propolis and was than commercial honey. As good for our tastebuds as for our health!

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Jardins d'Ambroise

In 2015, at Saint-Ambroise-de-Kildare in the heart of the Lanaudière region, Julie and her spouse Sébastien founded the Jardins d’Ambroise. Offering fresh, healthy and organic vegetables is their mission.

In their organic vegetable farm, they grow a wide variety of vegetables including lettuce, squash, garlic and tomatoes, without GMO or synthetic chemical pesticides or fertilizers.

In order to preserve biodiversity and to reduce the incidence of fungal diseases, Julie and Sébastien practice crop rotation, which means alternating crops in the same field, from year to year. Because providing high-quality vegetables is their priority.

Nostalgic about the popsicles of her childhood, Marie-Ève now offers people in Quebec refreshing and 100% natural treats, sweetened with maple sugar and flavoured with local fruit. The daily mission at Pur Pop is to be able to offer people a healthy option with ingredients that have undergone the least possible transformation when it comes time to indulge ourselves.

Domaine Féodal

The affection that Lise and Guy have for each other is palpable. But their love for cheese is equally evident.

Offering a wide variety of cheese made 100% from milk from Quebec cows, Guy and Lise are passionate, creative and ambitious. That’s what gives the rich and delicate taste that we find in their cheese. Renowned in Quebec and other countries, cheese from Lise and Guy is truly their pride and joy.

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Thank you to our local artisans for inspiring our exquisite new year's eve

In 2020, the ideal feast is made of local flavours! Rachelle Béry introduces you to 11 artisans who work tirelessly to offer us fresh and real food, summer and winter.