Quebec is full of amazing producers, and we're happy to support our local entrepreneurs with an onsite boutique displaying their products.
It was in 2017 that Quentin & Vincent got back to basics and embarked on the adventure to share their delicacies with you. A know-how quickly recognized by obtaining several medals at the International Chocolate Competition.
Les p'tits pots de Justine
Pascal, inspired by his daughter Justine, whom he affectionately calls his muse, started with a dinner with friends in 2017, the idea of making a forged onion confit himself. Over time, the product line has grown to offer a variety of gluten and lactose free items. These are also all concocted with local Quebec products.
Le monde est scone
Hidden behind the famous café La brume dans mes glasses, located in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, the creation of Le Monde est scone was the logical continuation after the great success of scones. They knead the dough daily to produce hand-shaped scones from start to finish using natural and local ingredients.
Les sablés de l'ostie de français
Originally from the southwest of France, from the Landes to be more precise, Sébastien has a mustache like d'Artagnan and a dream: to convert Quebecers to his cookies and to share an adventure full of authenticity and fun!
Season 2 is a Montreal-based company that produces crackers made with more than 50% recycled malt called "spent grains", the main ingredient in beer making.
In Canada, 58% of food is rejected before consumption. LOOP MISSION is a circular economy project that comes to the rescue of unloved fruits and vegetables by turning them into cold-pressed juice.