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Explore local producers

Spoil yourself by stocking up on tempting products! Fresh or processed products, fruits and vegetables, meats, honey, wine, beers, spirits, and so on… There is certainly no shortage of choice! A stop in one of these shops will allow you to discover passionate producers & processors, and to explore the roads of the region!

1555 Marché public

Downtown Saint-Hyacinthe – The public market has seven permanent merchants (butcher, sausage maker, cheese maker, pastry chef, baker, fishmonger and fruit vendor) who offer fine products all year round. In season, market gardeners sell their produce outside the market.


Boutique Verger La Perle Rouge

Downtown Saint-Hyacinthe – This small boutique offers a variety of apples, as well as apple products such as pies, jam, cider and other delicacies. It is operated by the owners of Les Pommes Riquita orchard.


Brasseurs du Monde

Saint-Hyacinthe – Brasseurs du Monde is a microbrewery founded in 2011 in Saint-Hyacinthe. It is renowned worldwide for the quality of its beers. Winner of 75 medals for 31 regular beers including 3 world champions.


Champignons de la Presqu'Île

Saint-Pie – Champignons de la Presqu’Île is a producer of oyster mushrooms that stand out for their quality, freshness and beauty. They offer a wide variety of products: white oyster mushrooms, oyster mushrooms marinated in oil, oyster mushroom and caramelized onion ravioli, oyster mushroom and cheese ravioli and frozen pulled oyster mushrooms.


Côté Plumes - Farmer's Kiosk

La Présentation – Côté Plumes is a 3rd generation family business that produces poultry, ready-to-eat meals, and greenhouse strawberries. The perfect place for locally-sourced food!



Saint-Hyacinthe – The Crème Boulangerie Pâtisserie counter offers a wide range of breads, pastries, custom-made cakes and more. The idea behind Crème; create a menu to avoid waste and give a second life to certain rejected materials. Whether it is a question of spent grain, unsold bread flour, the idea is to transform and thus reintegrate and transform these materials and to add a taste and nutritious contribution to the products. Everything is made on site, unpretentious, using quality products and without preservatives, it’s simply good.

Whether it’s to have a cake prepared for an event, for corporate gifts or to pick up a little treat at the counter, it’s Crème.


Délices Lacasse

Saint-Pie – The authentic and tender bite of walnut paste, with a unique taste and made in the traditional way! These bites are created from high quality natural ingredients, without gluten or preservatives. More than 20 different combinations of flavors are offered, through 4 ranges: classic, fruity, world flavors and 70% dark chocolate.


Distillerie Noroi

Saint-Hyacinthe – The King of the North. Royal quality spirits, born from the perfect encounter between traditional distillation and cold distillation. Several products for all tastes are available: spirits, ready-to-drink, bitters and vegan emulsifier.


Domaine Britannia Mills

Saint-Dominique – Britannia Mills specializes in growing and processing hot peppers, creating hot sauces, rub spices and hot pepper powders to add to your recipes.


Brovin Farm

Saint-Hyacinthe – The Brovin farm offers a wide variety of high quality meats produced from their environmentally conscious and animal welfare farms.


Ferme des Cinq

La Presentation – A passionate and exciting producer! At Ferme des Cinq, they breed purebred Boer goats with animal welfare at heart.

They offer all cuts of meat, several varieties of sausages as well as processed products, such as liver pâté, terrine and rillettes.


Gadbois Farm

Saint-Barnabé-Sud – Family business specializing in the cultivation of strawberries and sweet corn.

In addition to their famous pies, jams and pastries, a selection of ready-to-eat dishes (salads, poke bowls, soups, quiches, etc.) is added to their offer.


Le Bonheur est dans le pré Farm

Saint-Jude – Family farm producing and processing quail, duck and goose eggs for over ten years. The eggs come from farms that respect both the animal and the environment. The poultry are raised free-range and benefit from natural light all year round. Their eggs are offered fresh, pickled or cooked and peeled.


La Vallée du Wapiti Farm

Saint-Bernard-de-Michaudville – La Vallée du Wapiti produces high quality Elk meat. Low in fat, this red meat attracts consumers looking for a healthier alternative to beef. At the farm, a wide variety of products are available, such as steaks, filet mignon, fondue meats, sausages, and more.


La Rabouillère Farm

Saint-Valérien-de-Milton – A real livestock farm, an unparalleled animal collection, a very high quality Table Champêtre® and the most welcoming accommodations… everything to make sure you have an unforgettable experience. The shop offers a variety of products such as rillettes, liver mousse, pickled vegetables, cheese heads and more.


Les Passions de Manon

Downtown Saint-Hyacinthe – Driven for 20 years by the soul of an enthusiastic traveler, the delicatessen Les Passions de Manon continues to grow and help customers discover the flavors of the world. Manon Robert and her team, inspired by gastronomy, welcome all to the largest delicatessen in Quebec.



Saint-Hyacinthe – Lyoterra is a new maskoutain company that produces 100% natural snacks fighting against food waste using a freeze-drying process that extends the life of food up to 25 years!


Maître Cochon

Saint-Bernard-de-Michaudville – Maître Cochon’s mission is to introduce the suckling piglet, fed exclusively on its mother’s milk, in the restaurant sector as well as among the population, by eliminating intermediaries . In addition to the whole piglet, you will find a variety of pork sausages.


Microbrasserie Le Bilboquet

Saint-Hyacinthe – Pioneer of artisanal brewing in Quebec and in constant growth, the Bilboquet specializes in the production of beer tasting products.


Miel Dubreuil

Saint-Dominique – This family business, the third generation since 1930, offers a variety of processed bee products. These include: clover honey, creamed honey, blueberry honey, wildflower honey and buckwheat honey.


Miel Gauvin

Saint-Hyacinthe – In business since 1940, Miel Gauvin produces, among other things, honey, pollen, royal jelly, delicious candies, wax and candles.


Perspective Microbrewery

Saint-Liboire – Perspective is a craft microbrewery offering a range of hoppy and sour beers.


Tarterie du village

Sainte-Madeleine – R&L Beauregard farm’s Pastry shop, La Tarterie du village offers a wide selection of delicious homemade pies from their harvests and their family secret recipe pie dough, as well as pâtés. You will also find homemade jams and preserves made from their harvested fruits and vegetables at the tarterie.


Vignoble Château Fontaine

Saint-Hyacinthe – The Château Fontaine Vineyard works with an oenologist to develop quality products from its many grape varieties: Sabrevois, Frontenac gris, Frontenac rouge and Prairie Star, which are picked entirely by hand.


Volailles aux grains dorés

Saint-Dominique – Poultry farm specializing and certified in raising 100% vegetable grain fed chickens and turkeys that are air chilled. The boutique offers fresh, frozen and cooked products, plain, marinated or cooked, vacuum-packed.


To find out more about local producers & processors, consult the To do  – Direct farm sales section of our website.

Prefer to taste local products prepared by experienced chefs? Consider encouraging local restaurateurs who use these products in their creations, including La vie La vie Comptoir santé, Les Fourchettes Vagabondes, Restaurant L’Espiègle, Le Picoleur Resto-Pub, Le Bilpub, La Baboche Bistro à broue… To learn more about the region’s restaurant offer, consult the eat section of our website.