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Master cheesemakers since 1940

Yesterday to today.

1940

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

1956

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.

1989

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.

2001-2006-2012

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

2017

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

Our news

March 2018 News

$ 20m modernization plan for Fromagerie Bergeron

Brothers Roger and Mario Bergeron confirmed, on March 29, a $ 20 million investment over four years for the expansion and modernization of their Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly plant. As a result, they will receive...

March 2018 News

A breath of fresh air on the Web!

Fromagerie Bergeron is proud to bring you its new Web site. With a totally refreshed and updated look we’ll be introducing you to our products, our people and the latest Bergeron news as well as current...

March 2018 Prizes won

Fromagerie Bergeron stands out at the 2018 Canadian Cheese Awards

Louis Cyr, a cheese of distinctive character and one of the finest cheeses in Canada, has been piling up the awards and accolades for years now. Fromagerie Bergeron is thrilled to announce that, once again,...