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Carbonated Water - Mélilot
Blanchette - White Wine Piquette
Tonic Cocktail - Cucumber, Wintergreen and Gentian
Apple & Meadowsweet Infusion
Wintergreen tea
Virgin camelina oilVirgin camelina oil
Balcony beer
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Saint-Jules sauce
Rosette - Rosé Wine Piquette
Gaspesian ramen
Goose terrine - Plain
No. 9 Plumée
No. 1 Classic
No. 2 Poivrée
Buckwheat flour
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Habanero pepper and paprika crackers
Jalapeño Tomatillo Salsa
Organic Dijon mustard + honey
Roasted camelina oil
Plain Carbonated Water
Table beer with haskap and rhubarb
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Kölschlaga (thirst blonde)
Whelks with camelina oil
Black garlic in cloves Black garlic in cloves
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Maple onion confit
Summer Flower Honey - Creamy
Summer Flower Honey
La Matrone

A conscientious and thoughtful selection of local products

Quebec products are increasingly popular with consumers, and that's fantastic.

Favoring foods and products processed by our own producers is a necessary first step towards greater food autonomy.

However, the next step must be taken in the right direction if we want this food autonomy to be truly sustainable and the efforts we make on a daily basis not to be in vain.

The products that you will find on our gourmet boutique therefore have one thing in common. They all come from farms whose practices and methods reach a high standard of respect for the environment, standards for animal welfare and harmony with our ecosystems which make the Quebec territory so unique.

Proximity

We always offer products from Quebec farms and companies

Quality

We select each product in our store based on its quality

Sustainability

Our partner farms use methods that are part of a sustainable and long-term approach.

Artisans who love the land and traditions

We work with artisan producers and processors who have a passion for the Quebec region and terroir, and who have the desire to share their know-how through products that reflect the quality of their work. Actors of change who return to traditions.

We also choose our partners based on the social and environmental impact of their practices. All this with the aim of collectively rethinking the positive and regenerative impacts that our agriculture and our food can have, which after all are fundamental pillars of our society.