Our cheese introduces people to the place we are from.
Why “Suisse Normande”? Because she is from Switzerland and he is from Normandy and they both wanted to share with others their little corner of the world by way of their cheese. Suisse Normande is also a region of Normandy that resembles parts of Switzerland.
The fromagerie began its activities in 1995 Fabienne is the cheesemaker and Freddy looks after the farm. Of their 5 children, two want to ensure the continuity of their parent work: Bénédicte at the fromagerie and Thibault on the farm.
They make a grand variety of cheeses and this requires a good supply of goat's milk, cow's milk and even sheep's milk.
The Suisse Normande farm supplies the goat's milk for the making of several of their cheeses. The cow's milk and sheep's milk come from two local farms.
The sheep's milk comes from La Bergerie Geneviève Dion.
The cow's milk comes from La Ferme L'achigan.