The 100+ establishments enrolled in the Aliments du Québec au menu – Institutions program all stand out thanks to their innovative efforts to integrate local products in their food procurement. Discover 6 institutions that are setting an example!
We all want the best for our kids! Every lunch hour, children at the La Petite Patrie daycare centre in Montreal share a meal made with 51% locally sourced ingredients. Let’s take a peek at this establishment’s recipe!
Nearly 20 primary and secondary schools across the province have made a commitment to integrate local procurement in their food services. Find out how École Chavigny, Écol’Action and Collège Trinité are showing the way.
Cégep de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu decided to make local food procurement a priority! Located in the heart of Montérégie, one of the largest farming regions in Quebec, the choice to offer staff and students food grown and produced right next door was a no-brainer!
Spotlight on Concordia University, a pioneering institution committed to purchasing locally sourced food and a proud member of the Aliments du Québec au menu program!
Everyone dreams of a corporate cafeteria that serves meals made with fresh, locally sourced products. Is it possible? To find out, we visit Sid Lee, a Montreal company whose food services emphasize local and organic products.
The CHU Ste-Justine cafeteria made the shift to local and organic food in 2016. Since then, the hospital has been offering everyone from patients to staff to visitors à la carte meals made using ingredients locally sourced in Québec. Check it out!
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