Choisir les aliments certifiés biologiques au Québec, c’est s’assurer une alimentation remplie de fraîcheur, de saveurs et de nutriments, tout en soutenant nos fermiers d’ici, qui ont décidé de cultiver leur terre sans utiliser de pesticides ou d’engrais de synthèse, ni d’organismes génétiquement modifiés (OGM). Découvrez tous les avantages à mettre du bio dans votre assiette!

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