In the 1940s, the family business came into being with the planting of the first apple trees. Herby Boileau, first generation, made this his livelihood, in addition to milk production.

In the late 1950s, his son Jean-Yves joined the company and moved in a new direction by prioritizing the apple crop.

At that time packaging was not a priority, and made up only a fraction of the workload; the family was cultivating over a hundred hectares.

On July 27, 1986, the Boileau family was shocked by the death of Jean-Yves at the age of 47. His wife Monique took over, along with her eldest son Daniel.

Today, the company is a leader in the Quebec fruit and vegetable distribution industry.

Time marches on, and the time has come for the fourth generation to take their place within the company. Things worked out for the best! Daniel and Mireille’s children have now taken over. Danny, Production Director, and Chloé, Sales and Marketing Manager, complement each other in their tasks. The common values ​​shared by the family ensure the company’s continued success.

3 generations still working together.