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It’s time for a coffee break! We suggest you take some time to relax and broaden your perspective. We invite you to discover our universe, relevant articles on our market, our company and our products as well as original and delicious recipes.

Porridge, oatmeal, granola, muesli, what’s the difference?

Unlike granola, muesli or musli is not as widespread in Canada as in Europe, especially in Switzerland or Germany. However, it presents nutritional and gustatory interests different from those of granola. We often find it hard to tell the difference between muesli,...

How to eat superfood without breaking the bank

With recent progress with food analysis, scientists increasingly focus on discovering foods with many unsuspected nutritional benefits, with the promise of potential health miracles. Used by the food industry, the concept of superfood quickly resulted in products...

Dukkah, what is this ?

In the Fourmi Bionique workshop, a fragrance from the Middle East is making its way between the Grand Granola and the NUTBROWN. Enticing scents of toasted nuts and spices are making us travel to exotic places. Who is this newcomer? It is our very own Dukkah Brunch,...

Yes, it’s possible to be a dedicated mother of 3 young children while growing a granola company. Geneviève Gagnon explains how she does it in Mom Crush!

READ ON: MOM CRUSH

The Montreal Gazette provides a list of 20 gift ideas to treat your family and friends over the Holidays and our NUTBROWN granolas happen to be part of the list!

READ ON: MONTREAL GAZETTE

Geneviève Gagnon wanted to start her own business. But, like so many other would-be entrepreneurs, she had too little cash and too much fear. To mitigate her worries about running her own company, she started off small. Very small.

READ ON: THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Finding investors is one thing, partnering with the right one is another. Here is some feedback on that obstacle course!

I think that investors all look for passion and a solid business plan as key ingredients. Above all, they are investing in an individual and they have to feel how committed the entrepreneur is to the venture.

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A new article about running a business when you are also a mother. A subject that is particularly important to us and that we hope will inspire some women to do the same!

READ ON: THE SUBURBAN