BRUNO BERGERON, DAIRY FARMER
From taking care of young calves to taking care of pretty much everything else.
Bruno has always lived on the farm that at first belonged first to his grandfather and then his father, both of whom have been members of Agropur since 1996. Because of his love of animals and the great outdoors, he decided to continue the tradition and take over the family dairy farm in 1997. Having tended calves from a young age, Bruno now handles most tasks on the farm. He considers himself lucky to be able to work every day alongside his father and makes the most of this shared time in their little piece of paradise in Saint-Étienne-de-Beauharnois.
PATRICIA DUPUIS, QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER
Patricia’s love for milk started at a young age.
Patricia is a quality control manager at Agropur where she is responsible for ensuring that the appropriate norms, laws and regulations are applied in creating only the highest quality products. It’s serious business, but believe us, Patricia knows how to have some fun, too! She’s proactive and efficient at work, but you can always count on her to put a smile on your face. Passionate about her work, Patricia has been at Agropur’s Natrel Division for the last 20 years. Her father was a dairy farmer and she even met her husband at the plant, where he worked delivering milk. It looks like Patricia and Québon are a perfect match!
DANIEL GEMME AND MANON PARADIS, DISTRIBUTOR AGENTS
Ending the day with a glass of milk. A big one.
Manon met Daniel when he was working on his father’s dairy farm and has been in love with him ever since. She watched him go on to become a distributor agent and even became one herself in order to be by his side. Now that Manon and Daniel share the same delivery truck, the villagers of Sainte-Julie look forward to their early morning chats with one of the cutest couples in town! Daniel’s warm smile and Manon’s twinkling eyes reflect their shared passion. It’s hard work of course, but at the end of the day they’re rewarded by the relationships and connections they’ve forged in their community.