New bakery store Au Son du Pain in downtown Mont-Tremblant

Caroline Picard, co-owner. © TremblantExpress

People who like good bread are in for a treat. Christian Comeau and Caroline Picard have selected Mont-Tremblant to open a new sales outlet for their bakery Au Son du Pain. This family business has made a name for itself at several regional public markets, including those of Labelle, Mont-Tremblant, Nominingue and Val-David.

Customers who enjoy their breads, baguettes, brioches and croissants made in La Minerve will now be able to pick them up year round.

In opening this new point of sale, Christian and Caroline hope to provide increased stability for their employees and a new clientele for the period from November to April. At the counter, Caroline’s son Jesse welcomes customers with a smile and excellent product knowledge.

In solidarity with local farmers, this artisanal bakery uses flours made from grains grown in the Laurentians for about 30 per cent of its production, largely in round loaves where the flavour of the grain can be fully appreciated.

For instance, they use spelt flour and the fine flour made from hard red spring wheat, grown organically in Kiamika by Les Grains du Val. An excellent choice for people who want to “eat local”!

The Au Son du Pain bakery is located at 977 rue de Saint-Jovite.


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Geneviève Huchette


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Geneviève Huchette a grandi à Montréal et a complété un baccalauréat en agronomie à McGill. Après ses études et quelques voyages, elle a atterri à Mont-Tremblant en 2008, d'abord pour un emploi sur une ferme biologique. Alors qu'elle continue de jardiner pour le plaisir, Geneviève travaille actuellement dans les domaines du yoga, de la vente au détail et de la rédaction. Dans ses temps libres, elle adore les sports en montagne, les jeux de société et jouer de la musique. Geneviève Huchette grew up in Montreal and completed a bachelor degree in Environmental and Agricultural Sciences at McGill University. After years of studying and travelling, she landed in Mont Tremblant in 2008, first to work on an organic farm. Although she still enjoys gardening for fun, Genevieve presently works in various domains: yoga, retail and writing. In her leisure time, she likes mountain sports, board games and playing music.


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