Première Moisson

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Première Moisson is a chain of artisanal bakeries in Quebec, Canada. It focuses on high-quality French breads and pastries. The company follows a model whereby various doughs are prepared in a central facility and then distributed to local bakeries, where they are finalized and baked on demand in order to achieve the highest freshness and quality.[1] The company was founded in 1992 in Vaudreuil-Dorion, where it still maintains various large-scale production facilities, and has since remained a family business.

The Montreal metropolitan area constitutes its biggest area of business, with a total of 13 bakeries, of which 10 are co-ownerships.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Le Devoir, "Une simple affaire de farine", April 24, 2004 (French)

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