Multi-CAUS

General store and community centre - Verdun

6049 boul. Lasalle
Verdun, Québec H4H 1M8
Sunday
10:00 – 17:00
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
15:00 – 19:00
Thursday
15:00 – 19:00
Friday
15:00 – 19:00
Saturday
10:00 – 17:00

Le projet

Multi-CAUS promotes local food year-round, in a food desert. This community market enables members to buy fruits, vegetables and products from small Quebec businesses in a central location in Verdun near greenhouses and parks at the junction of boul. LaSalle and Verdun Street. This project allows agri-food companies and small local businesses to gain visibility and have a space to sell their products. We also offer workshops, seminars and various fitness classes in this space. Eventually, we'd like to make our kitchen available to local associations who can process food there for the benefit of the community.

Our suppliers

Mediserre

Urban farm specializing in the production of mushrooms, microgreens, honey and edible flowers. History It was in a greenhouse in Longueuil, in 2019, that Andrew Priess founded his urban farm. “Our goal is to provide a superior product line to our customers. » Andrew Priess, Founder Want to know more? Andrew Priess, Mediserre Founder andrew@mediserre.com Visit our website: https://www.facebook.com/mediserre/

Hamidou Horticulture (African plants)

Their story: Hamidou Horticulture is a project focussed on the production and sale of ethnic and ancient vegetable plants by Hamidou Maiga. Are you immigrants or descendants of immigrants? Do you like discovering new plants and new flavors? Are you part of a community or urban agriculture project and want to grow unusual plants from African? Whether for a culinary adventure, a change of pace or to contribute to your community, you'll get healthy plants grown in compliance with organic standards. In addition, consulting services for organic vegetable production are available.…

Shiho Kanamaru

Shiho Kanamaru

Acheter chez CAUS Son histoire : Shiho Kanamara est la propriétaire de Cha Do Raku, un salon de thé situé sur le Plateau. Elle a une liste de plus de 100 variétés de thés en stock en tout temps. La plupart de ces thés proviennent du Japon et de Taïwan. Salon de thé virtuel, Cha Do Raku offre également la possibilité d’acheter en ligne une partie de sa vaste collection de thé, le tout présenté avec des descriptions et des images. Essayez son kit de dégustation avec des biscuits originaux aux pois chiches biologiques / végétaliens / sans gluten et…

Flora Exotica

Acheter chez CAUS Leur histoire : Flora Exotica a commencé ses opérations en 2002, quand Perry Nguyen a découvert que des plantes exotiques du monde entier pouvaient pousser à l’intérieur, au Québec. Maintenant, il cultive des bambous, des bonsaïs, des fleurs parfumées, des agrumes et des arbres fruitiers tropicaux, ainsi que des herbes culinaires et médicinales.  Au marché, ils vont offrir : Mélange de 10 légumes vietnamiens fermentés Chau Cuc Dai Citron Meyer « Les plantes et les fleurs exotiques sont idéales comme cadeau durable pour la Saint-Valentin » Perry Nguyen, Flora Exotica Vous voulez en savoir plus? Perry (Phuc) Nguyenwww.MiraBerry.cawww.FloraExotica.ca(514) 268-2323

Urban Seedling

Their story: Urban Seedling was created in 2012 to make the cultivation of food in the city accessible by developing a backyard-to-table concept. In schools as well as in corporate settings, Urban Seedling plants vegetable gardens and edible arrangements. The company also has a garden center dedicated to organic urban vegetable cultivation and edible landscaping. In order to contribute to a more sustainable urban future, Urban Seedlings is dedicated to improving our urban environment and our environment by increasing urban biodiversity, establishing places for them.

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