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Sous le bouchon – Quebec Products


Episode 2 | Quebec Products

Quebecers are increasingly conscious about buying local. In the last year, sales of Quebec products have increased nearly 30% at the SAQ. Real underlying trend or temporary "pandemic" solidarity? Two experts on the alcohol market in Quebec give their opinion.

Published on December 3, 2021

Episode 2 - Quebec Products (In french only)

Sous le Bouchon –The SAQ Podcast

A discussion with two passionate SAQ experts: Simon Bourbeau et Stéphane Denis.

Available at all times on SAQ.COM, as well as on the usual platforms 

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The growing industry of
local wines and spirits

More refined offerings, better marketing and customers looking to “drink local”: Quebec beverage alcohol products are popular for a reason.

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