Fromagerie du Vieux Saint-François

Laval

 

Creativity and respect of tradition.

The Fromagerie du Vieux Saint-François is located along the Mille-Îles Boulevard in Laval since 1996. The fromagerie makes goat's milk cheese including the famous hand-made Bouchées d'amour.

In April 2014, the fromagerie finds a new owner: the Marchand family, who already owns the Chèvrière de Monnoir goat farm in Montérégie. Christelle et Marc-André Marchand, brother and sister, take over the operation of the fromagerie and can now control the milk production and the transformation.

Their ambition is to preserve the recipes of Vieux Saint-François and to create new artisanal cheeses in respect of tradition.

Farm

La Chevrière de Monnoir at Marieville has been producing goat's milk since 2001. Most of the milk is transported to the Fromagerie du Vieux Saint-François every two days to be transformed.

  • Number of employees
    9 – 6 at the fromagerie, 3 on the farm
  • Animals
    500 goats of the Saanen, Alpine and Toganbourg breeds. 350 lactating, 150 kids.
  • Information and address
    4740, boul. des Mille-Îles
    Saint-François, Laval (Québec)
    H7J 1A1
    Tél : (450) 666-6810
    Fax : (450) 666-8066
    Courriel : fromagerielaval@gmail.com
    Site internet : www.lafromagerieduvieuxstfrancois.com
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