Les Fromages de l'Isle d'Orléans
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Les Fromages de l'Isle d'Orléans 

June to October
2950, chemin Royal
Sainte-Famille-de-l'Île-d'Orléans (Qc), Canada
G0A 3P0
Québec region
Discover a local product, cheese from the Isle of Orleans, the first cheese made in America! Home costumed, covered terrace to enjoy the cheeses of the Isle of Orleans and in other regions of Quebec. In the store of the cheese, you will also find an impressive variety of products such orléanais terroir: pâtés, rillettes and terrines, small processed fruit (butters, jellies, jams, spreads, syrups), pickles (pickles, ketchup, mustard) vinegars and salad dressings, maple products, honey, gift packaging, etc. It is also available in the spruce house beer.

June to October
2950, chemin Royal
Sainte-Famille-de-l'Île-d'Orléans (Qc), Canada
G0A 3P0

 
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