Quebec’s Maison Cousin refreshes brand
Montreal – Maison Cousin, a brand best known for its baguettes, has launched a new look, website and line of European-style breads selected for the Quebec market and local grocery stores.
“We're honoured by the relationships we’ve nurtured in the province over the years,” said Eric Goyette, representative for Maison Cousin, in a news release. “We are focused on the future and recent innovations are a good indication of the commitment we have to growing our brand in Quebec.”
The collection of new breads includes Brioche, Calabrese, Pretzel and Portuguese rolls, the company said.
The new website – maison-cousin.com – is user-friendly, practical and features a variety of recipes and descriptions of the breads.
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