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Lactalis Canada launches and ecommerce websites

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Toronto – Dairy company Lactalis Canada, a subsidiary of France-based Lactalis Group, has launched ecommerce websites for food service and for consumers. is a new online dairy shop for culinary professionals, small restaurants, catering businesses and mom-and-pop shops to deliver on dairy products, with an e-commerce option offering an assortment of branded cheese and tablespreads, cultured and fluid items, as well as rotating specialty items. is a new direct-to-consumer online specialty cheese store exclusively offering heritage and rare cheeses. The store features new cheese discoveries regularly and will also provide subscribers with special content in the coming months from chefs, artisans and expert cheese makers such as recipes, tips on creating cheeseboards and food and beverage pairings to complement all types of cheese.

“Lactalis Canada’s entry into e-commerce is in response to new consumer and customer trends in the marketplace which focus on both the convenience and online experience,” said Mark Taylor, president and CEO of Lactalis Canada. “ caters to the cheese enthusiast looking for delectable new discoveries, while supplies to a niche segment of the foodservice industry.” is available to consumers in the Greater Toronto and Montreal areas, and has plans to expand nationally. currently services the Calgary region.

New digital platform offers a wide variety of cheeses directly to consumers, while meets the needs of culinary professionals.

Lactalis Canada Inc., formerly Parmalat Canada Inc., has been in operation for 140 years. The company’s brands include Cracker Barrel, Black Diamond, P’tit Québec, Balderson, Ficello, Lactantia, Beatrice and Galbani. Lactalis Canada is a subsidiary of Lactalis Group, headquartered in Laval, France.

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