Master cheesemakers since 1940

Yesterday to today.


Edmond Bergeron starts making cheddar cheese in Saint-Bruno near Lac Saint-Jean with his children.


Raymond and his brother Égide, both second generation master cheesemakers, buy a cheese factory on the Rang des Plaines in Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly (Meuldor) to make cheddar.


A third generation of cheesemakers builds the factory that stands today. Sylvain, Chantale, Mario and Roger, Raymond and Colombe’s four children, start making Gouda with the signature Bergeron taste while working with their father.


The facility undergoes three major expansions to meet the needs of its growing market.


Mario and Roger Bergeron, present day owners of Fromagerie Bergeron, undertake a fourth major expansion in order to keep pace with sales.

Our news

November 2017 News

A successful partnership with Groupe Bel

In 2007, French cheesemaker Groupe Bel decided to transfer production of its The Laughing Cow® cheese to Canada, where it had been imported since 1956. Since 2007, Fromagerie Bergeron has produced...

November 2017 Prizes won

Fromagerie Bergeron wins six awards

Fromagerie Bergeron is thrilled to announce that six of its cheeses were singled out among some of the finest cheeses in Canada at the 90th edition of the British Empire Cheese Competition held in Belleville,...

September 2014 News

Fromagerie Bergeron celebrates 25 years!

Bergeron Classique cheese is celebrating its 25th birthday! Launched on September 9, 1989 by Fromagerie Bergeron of Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, its Gouda Classique, now sold under the name Bergeron Classique,...