Our story at La Petite Grange

Our Story, starting in 1969

In 1969, Laurent and Marcelle Meury started a business that is still evolving to this day. It all began with a car wash and a gas station. Over time, a fruits and vegetables stand was added, where homemade pies and cakes made by Marcelle were sold. The team grew, along with François and Ann, the owners’ children, who decided to join the company. In 2012, Ann took over the family business.

Artisanal method, authenticity, generosity and integrity

Now more than a family, the La Petite Grange team made its mission to perpetuate the values that they have been building on for over 45 years: the utmost respect for the knowledge and know-how of the artisanal method, authenticity, generosity and integrity. Years have passed, but some things never change: the use of quality products, attention to details and the bountiful nature of our products.

Chocolate Interpretation Center – 1980

La Petite Grange as we know it began taking shape in the 1980s, with the construction of the building that is currently the home of the artisanal bakery, the fine pastry shop, the chocolate factory and the Chocolate Interpretation Center.

Our story continues, with you!

Throughout the years, many products and services were added to the range of homemade goods: a sandwich shop, fine cheeses, home cooked meats, ciders and wines… We now also have a beautiful flowery patio and an inviting dining room. Our candy wall and the gourmet baskets filled with Quebec and imported regional products complete this more than alluring picture.

Each year, the team tries to outdo itself by bringing new ideas to the table, upgrading its presentation and creating new gourmet products. Passion and generosity is easy to see – and taste – at La Petite Grange!

Award winning

La Petite Grange is renowned for its welcoming atmosphere and its stellar costumer service, for regular clients and tourists alike. The clientele has recognized the authenticity and quality of the products many times over and the media and tourism industry also have taken notice:

  • 1995: Jury’s Prize and Promotion of Tourism Award, Tourisme Montérégie
  • 1999: Small Touristic Business of the Year Award, Tourisme Montérégie
  • 2003: Relève d’Excellence HEC Award, Finalist in the SME category, Ann Meury
  • 2003: Relève d’Excellence HEC Award, Jury’s Favorite, Ann Meury
  • 2004: Women of the year, Valleyfield Chamber of Commerce, Ann Meury