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    Justin et Christian Marois

    All merchants |  Beekeepers & Maple Syrup Producers

    Justin et Christian Marois,
    Les Marois sont une famille de producteurs/revendeurs ancrée dans les Marchés Publics de Montréal depuis trois générations. Justin et Christian Marois sont spécialisés dans les sapins, les produits de l’érable et du miel ainsi que la canneberge. Durant la saison estivale, ils offrent une grande variété de petits fruits produits au Québec.

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  • Opening period : Open year round
  • Production location : Saint-Joachim de Shefford
  • Contact information

  • Phone : 450.531.4219
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    Maple toffee on snow

    Hot maple toffee poured over snow and rolled up around a stick. On demand, to eat right away.

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    Maple taffy

    Pure 100%. Made with x-light, light or medium maple syrup.

    To be consumed quickly. Store it in a cool place.

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    Maple syrup pie

    Made with pure maple syrup.

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    Maple sugar

    Pure 100%. Made only with maple syrup.
    Stored it in a cool place.

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    Lollipop with maple

    Lollipop with maple. Another way to enjoy maple !

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    Dark maple syrup

    100% pure, dark colour with a stronger maple taste. Keep refrigerated after opening, between three to six months. Transfer it to a clean glass or plastic container.

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    Medium maple syrup

    100% pure. Slightly dark with a typical maple taste.

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    Extra light maple syrup

    100% pure. Light colour and delicate taste. Not as sweet as the other maple syrups.

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    Light maple syrup

    Pure 100%. Subtle maple taste, sweeter than the medium.

    Keep refrigerated after opening, between three to six months. Transfer it to a clean glass or plastic container.

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    Amber maple syrup

    100% pure, dark colour with a strong maple taste. Keep refrigerated after opening, between three to six months. Transfer it to a clean glass or plastic container.

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    Cortland Apple

    A firm, sweet apple, great for both eating and cooking. As of December, some merchants sell "controlled atmosphere" Cortlands (which guarantees better conservation at home).

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    Empire Apple

    Dark red apple, with a sweet, slightly tart taste and very firm flesh. Great for eating.

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    Lobo Apple

    A sweet apple, great for making apple sauce.

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    Royal Gala Apple

    A sweet and very crisp apple.

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    Russet Apple

    A golden-coloured apple with a sweet, aromatic, refreshingly tart flavour. Its flesh is slightly crisp and juicy. Great for pies!

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    Honeycrisp Apple

    This delicious apple has been produced in Québec for several years. Crisp, juicy and sweet, it keeps well in the fridge.

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    Organic McIntosh

    The McIntosh or McIntosh Red (colloquially the Mac) is an apple cultivar. The fruit has red and green skin, a tart flavour, and tender white flesh, and ripens in late September. Once the most popular cultivar in Eastern Canada and New England, the McIntosh is well known for the pink apple sauce the unpeeled fruit make. It is also well-suited for cider and pies. Apple Inc. employee Jef Raskin named the Macintosh line of personal computers after the fruit.

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    Pear

    Pears are a good source of dietary fiber and a good source of vitamin C. Most of the vitamin C, as well as the dietary fiber, is contained within the skin of the fruit.

    Pears are less allergenic than many other fruits, and pear juice is therefore sometimes used as the first juice introduced to infants. However, caution is recommended for all fruit juice consumption by infants, as studies have suggested a link between excessive fruit juice consumption and reduced nutrient intake, as well as a tendency towards obesity.

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    Oreilles de crisse

    Oreilles de crisse is a traditional Quebec dish consisting of deep-fried smoked pork. Serve traditionally topped with maple syrup. Refrigerate.

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    Lettuce

    A great leafy vegetable for your salads.

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    Maple jelly

    Made from pure maple syrup. Spread over toast, waffles, in yogurt…

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    Québec raspberry

    Small, sweet red berry with a slight tang. Buy them fresh and don't forget to freeze some for the rest of the year! You don't really need us to tell you how to enjoy this fruit! Indulge yourself and eat it as you wish: fresh, with yogurt, cereals, in a pie, jam, or salad ... the possibilities are endless!

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    Québec strawberry

    Small red berries, freshly picked! From sweet to very sweet... it's Mother Nature who decides!

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    Maple taffy cone

    Cone with inside maple taffy. Pure 100%, 100% Québec.

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    Cranberry

    Harvested in autumn in Québec, fresh cranberry is a small red fruit, with a rich and sour taste. Perfect for sauce and desserts. For example, did you know that cranberry sauce goes well with poultry or with a dark chocolate dessert? Cranberry is full of vitamin C and antioxidant.

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    Blueberry

    You can find this small blue fruit cultivated throughout Québec. Blueberries are great fresh, in pies, in jam or in your morning bowl of yogurt !

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    Maple butter

    Pure 100%. Made with extra-light, light or medium maple syrup.To spread on bread, pancakes or waffles.

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    Maple syrup donut

    Traditional potatoes donut, dipped in pure maple syrup.

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    Garlic

    Fresh garlic is usually available in our markets around Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day, at the end of June. Garlic is a fresh product, easy to digest. To preserve its aroma and crunchiness, add it at the end of cooking or food preparation. Never put garlic in the fridge, instead, leave it out in a dry place.

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