Quebec is home to many produce growers who, every year, proffer a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables to Quebec consumers.
Quebec produce growers justly take pride in the wide variety, quality and availability of their products. From the small family business to large agricultural operations, produce growers have the same mission: providing Quebec consumers with high-quality produce throughout the year. Onions, potatoes, carrots, strawberries, cabbage, apples, squash, raspberries, spinach, lettuce, shallots... a cornucopia of choices, a garden of colours, and an infinity of flavours!
Meet our spokesperson: Isabelle Huot, phd in nutrition
Isabelle Huot has been the spokesperson for eatquebec.com for over ten years and has been collaborating with the initiative as a nutritionist for twelve. We selected her as the APMQ spokesperson for her vibrant, energetic personality, her professionalism and her expertise in nutrition.
And she definitely knows what she’s talking about when it comes to healthy eating! One look at her academic credentials speaks volumes about the extent of her knowledge in her chosen field.
- Bachelor's degree in nutrition and training courses in Lausanne, Switzerland and London, England
- Master's degree in nutrition with one year of study at the University Hospital of Geneva
- Doctorate in nutrition (with a PhD in nutrition, Faculty of Medicine of the Université de Montréal)
- Additional two-year training in epidemiology and biostatistics at the doctoral level, Department of Public Health, Université de Montréal
- Several merit scholarships for outstanding academic achievement
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Marché des jardiniers La Prairie
Located on the South Shore of Montreal, the Marché des jardiniers La Prairie is bound to win you over with its unique charm, its attractive selection of products and its friendly, knowledgeable vendors. Looking for variety, freshness and quality? Look no further! In addition to a wide range of annual and perennial flowers, you’ll find fruits, vegetables, nuts, butcher and deli meats, sausages, fish, baked goods, cheese, ice cream, crepes and artisanal products for every taste. Come be a part of the Marché des jardiniers experience. Your first trip won’t be your last!
1200 chemin de Saint-Jean
La Prairie (Quebec)
Phone (514) 387-8319
Quebec Produce Growers Association
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9244 boulevard Pie-IX