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Michel Sauriol

La ferme D et M Sauriol à Laval s’affaire à la production de toutes sortes de cultures: les petits fruits, les asperges, les tomates, les piments forts, etc. Elle vend du côté américain, mais son cheval de bataille c’est le marché québécois. L’entreprise fait parti de plusieurs associations, Le Conseil Canadien de la Jeunesse Agricole, l’Association des Producteurs de Fraises et Framboises du Québec, l’Association des Producteurs Maraîchers du Québec, et autres, pour faire avancer les débats autour de l’agriculture, pour mettre de l’avant ses produits, faire des rencontres et promouvoir les valeurs de l’autonomie.  alimentaire. Michel Sauriol est une tête-forte et a à cœur ses travailleurs, ses clients et l’avenir du Québec.


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  • Did you know that the gooseberry belongs to the same large family as currant and blackcurrant? Indeed, these wild fruits native to Asia and North America are part of the Grossulariaceae family and belong to the genus Ribes. There are some 14 species of gooseberries, also called “red currant”, in Canada. They grow on a […]

  • Do you know the synonyms for ground cherry? Its scientific term is “physalis”, but it is also called “cape currant”, “winter cherry” or “Chinese lantern” because of its yellow-orange fruit and its shell that has a texture similar to sugar paper. Did you know that the ground cherry is part of the same family as […]

  • Did you know that blueberries are among the most antioxidant-rich berries? The different flavonoids they contain can help prevent certain aging-related diseases, including heart disease and cancer. Did you know that Quebec grows two different species of blueberries? There are highbush blueberries (grown in managed blueberry fields) and wild or lowbush blueberries (grown in wild […]

  • Did you know that asparagus contains three colour pigments from the carotenoid family – beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin – that hold great antioxidant power? Did you know that white asparagus is an asparagus that has grown in the dark and whose chlorophyll has not developed? Indeed, asparagus grows underground so initially it has no contact […]

  • Did you know that the currant belongs to the same large family as the gooseberry and the blackcurrant? Indeed, these wild fruits native to Asia and North America are part of the Grossulariaceae family and belong to the genus Ribes. Currant is found everywhere in Canada except in the Far North. It grows on a […]

  • Did you know that the word “blackberry” refers to the fruit of Morus, a tree that is cultivated in Europe, the United States and Asia for its berries, as well as for silkworm farming? However, in popular language, “blackberry” also designates the fruits of several thorny sub-shrubs of the genus Rubus, synonymous with bramble, which […]

  • Did you know that chili peppers, the name given to the plant and its fruit, all have in common their spiciness? Indeed, the pungent flavor of peppers is due to a common molecule, capsaicin. But not all peppers have the same degree of heat. They are rated on the Scoville scale from 1 to 10, […]

  • Did you know that rhubarb is not a fruit? Although it offers a tangy and sweet flavor and is eaten like a fruit, rhubarb is actually a vegetable plant, in the same family as buckwheat. Did you know that rhubarb was first introduced to Europe for its healing qualities? Indeed, rhubarb is a hardy plant […]

  • Did you know that the tomato belongs to the same family as the potatoes? In fact, the tomato is a fruit that is eaten like a vegetable belonging to the nightshade family! Did you know that the tomato comes from South America? It was discovered around the 16th century and named by the Aztecs “tomatl”. […]

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