Rediscovering our culinary heritage through the passion and warmth of the Langlois family, working the same family land since 1667.
For more than 350 years, the Langlois family has worked from generation to generation to perpetuate the agricultural traditions and heritage of its ancestors. The farm’s fruits and vegetables, most of which are picked by hand, are harvested using unique skills and know-how. During the summer season, Ferme Langlois grows a variety of fruits and vegetables, including succulent Neuville corn, which has a recognized reserved designation guaranteeing the consumer the authenticity of its origin.
The Langlois Farm is also known for its food transformation and canning, a know-how that is part of the family heritage. Food is prepared using family recipes and preserved using techniques that ensure freshness and flavour.
Proud of its heritage, the Langlois family loves to share its history. Visitors are invited to view family photos and displays of farming tools and other objects. They will learn about canning techniques and tour the fields, gain some insight into the workings of a farm kitchen, and experience an introduction to the world of corn, with the added bonus of seeing a giant corn replica. Everything is designed to provide you, the visitor, a unique experience!
At the Langlois Farm you will find beautiful, in-season fresh fruits and vegetables, and a variety of products that have been produced on site. These include succulent preserves, small jars of jam or jelly, homemade ketchup and much more. The shop also offers prepared meals and catering services, as well as products from over seven other économusées.