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AGRIFOOD    Buying local

Buying local

The region is made up of more than 500 independent businesses that bring Brome-Missisquoi’s municipalities to life. Artists, farmers, craftspeople, restaurant owners and merchants have decided to invest and tackle the challenge of making a living among the people who live in and visit the region. Half of each dollar spent in a business in the region stays in the area and contributes to invigorating and protecting the local colour and know-how.

4 WAYS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE

Buy directly at the farmAmis Rte des vins

Heighten your Wine Route experience by visiting Les Amis de la Route des vins, a group of nearly 100 businesses offering a unique and complementary experience to the Wine Route. Easy to find, each friend of the Wine Route is identified by a pennant.

For more information, visit www.laroutedesvins.ca

Public Markets

Saturdays, from June 15th to October 15th, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Bedford: Dr. Adrien Tougas Park (Principale St in Bedford).
Information:450-248-0550

Farnham: Georges-Harold Mudie. Information: 450-946-1136

Knowlton: 48, Maple St, Lac-Brome. Information: 450-242-1029


Shop local on-line

marchéShop local produce on-line, more than 500 products offered by 22 local producers.

Visit: www.marchecowansville.org

 

 

Local Foods Boutique

Créateurs de saveurs

Regional products available at the Eastern Townships Tourist information center, exit 68 off of Highway 10.

For more information: 1-866-472-6292

Events

Panier légumesDiscover our local treasures; take part in our many festivals and events where our know-how and uniqueness is at the forefront.

For further information, check out our list of events.

 

 

 

Other interesting links

Aliments du Québec

Équiterre

Ministère Agriculture, Pêcheries et Alimentation Québec

Development Plan of the Agricultural Zone

Agrifood page on the CLD's website