I am a musician and I became an entrepreneur out of necessity, but soon my second passion, "la cuisine" began to fuel my imagination. Since I was a kid I watched my mom cook with amazing creativity, mostly vegetarian food, but everything she did, she did with love. First lesson. When I was young music took all the place, but the low wage restaurants jobs I kept to survive inspired me to start my own business, no matter how small. I started a vegetarian sandwich business that I delivered with my bike, I didn't have a car, so what, I had my own business!
One day I met Tatiana and that day changed my life, at last. We fell madly in love and started a family.
Tatiana was looking after our 3 kids with all the love and intelligence she puts in everything. Dedication. I was creative, but I was losing the battle of management.
Tatiana noticed and soon she was helping, doing some work from the house. It was the beginning of another relationship between us. As time went on she developed her skills and became a natural leader and superb organizer. I could be an artist again...
Studied history and literature at Concordia University, dabbled at ITHQ and spent the rest of my twenties caring for my babies!
When I fell in love with my “artist” at twenty-one years old Bernard and I didn’t have specific plans to have a food company together. The hazzards of life and many glorious twists and turns motivated us to build an original business that reflects our convictions about eating well.
With time, I discovered a passion for business, a love for seeing ideas through and building structures out of nothing.
Life is pretty extraordinary!
Our new plant is a state of the art food transformation beehive. It was built especially for us. We worked hard to honor our motto, "Artisans of the Third Millenium".
We had many things in mind that we wanted to achieve with this new plant namely, windows in the production room.