Grand Marché is a unique urban space where you can not only satisfy your taste buds but also explore and create. Between the fresh fare available all year long and the many services on offer, the experience is sure to be memorable.
Grand Marché is a destination of choice for discovering new products. But it's also a natural gathering place for the entire family, where young and old alike can explore the world of food with educational and creative workshops.
The market restaurant offers a menu inspired by the vendors’ seasonal products to showcase all the region has to offer. From festive salads to gourmet sandwiches, housemade preserves, and stews made with autumn vegetables, it doesn’t get any fresher than this. Your taste buds will love the variety!
The Family Zone is a space with furniture adapted for kids so younger market visitors can play freely and have fun in a safe area. There are also a number of fun and exciting activities scheduled to introduce children to farming and food.
Driving creativity in food
Mycélium is a creativity accelerator and support structure for entrepreneurs and companies looking to launch, develop, and market innovative food products. The name is derived from mycelium (the vegetative part of mushrooms with underground branches), which play an essential role in the plant world. The name evokes the ideas of networks and sharing.
Les Urbainculteurs are on a mission to develop eco-friendly urban agriculture that’s accessible to all. Since 2009 they have been designing, building, and cultivating gardens and edible greenscapes for local organizations big and small. Les Urbainculteurs offer simple, concrete, affordable solutions for today’s urban gardening needs.
La Tablée des Chefs
La Tablée des Chefs is committed to feeding people in need and teaching teens to cook. Through its mission to feed and educate, it hopes to have a positive social impact. Among other things, it focuses on passing on knowledge to young people through educational cooking workshops and day camps. La Tablée also offers corporate activities aimed at raising awareness of social issues.
Des SoluRobots se trouvent dans le Grand Marché, une technologie qui donne un sens aux résidus alimentaires : Le système Solucycle™ permet de collecter et de trier les restes alimentaires grâce au « SoluRobot », un robot installé au cœur des cuisines, dans la zone de production ou de plonge. Relié à une canalisation dédiée aux matières organiques, le robot broie les restes alimentaires et les achemine dans un réservoir spécial situé à proximité. Une alerte automatisée informe ensuite un collecteur local qui vient récupérer la matière pour la disposer dans une usine de biométhanisation et, ainsi, la transformer en gaz naturel renouvelable