Cheese Production at Its Best
Quebec is well known for its specialty cheese producers. The Brome-Missisquoi region is one that truly stands out thanks to the many cheese shops on the region’s Têtes Fromagères circuit. Immerse yourself in the incredible abundance of our cheese products and discover a multitude of flavours.
Fromagerie Cornes et Sabots
The Fromagerie Cornes et Sabots established itself in the region in 2012, right in the heart of Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge. Surrounded by pastures and rocky hills, this enterprise offers artisanal terroir products containing no pesticides, herbicides or GMOs. Goats’ milk, used to produce their cheeses, contains more protein and has a higher level of fat than traditional milk. You can find three cheese varieties at their boutique, and at several points of sale throughout Quebec: Le Stanbridgeois, a cheddar type cheese, and La Corne Pointue, a Chevrotin type, both made with raw goat’s milk, and a raw milk feta type cheese.
Fromagerie des Cantons
With more than 200 points of sale just about everywhere in the province, Fromagerie des Cantons established itself in a prime location, in Farnham, just beside the Farnham Ale & Lager microbrewery. Honouring loyalist terroir traditions, this cheese factory uses only milk produced by Jersey cows for creating their soft, semi-hard, and hard-aged cheeses. Both amateurs and connoisseurs will be delighted by the variety offered here, but also by the fine quality of their thermized, raw or pasteurized cheeses. Whether it’s for their cheese, or their range of milk products, such as their butters, Greek yogurts, sour cream and many more, this business promotes local and regional ingredients for creating and developing their products.
Missiska cheese Shop
The Missiska farm and cheese shop quickly made a name for itself in Bedford, as well as throughout the Brome-Missisquoi region. Raising Jersey cows for more than 20 years, this enterprise offers undeniable quality products! Their unique milk source and distinctive taste constitute the main secrets of their high-end range of products such as their Jersey Royal, a soft cheese with a floral rind. It must be said that the cows raised at the Missiska farm produce a type of milk considered among the richest in beta caseins, an easily digestible protein, therefore non-inflammatory! The Missiska cheese shop’s very impressive offer includes a fine selection of cheese, milk and yogurt!