Frequently asked questions

We have answers!

Can I replace some of the ingredients in my recipes with fermented milk?

Absolutely! Fermented milk is a great substitute for buttermilk, yogurt, sour cream, milk, cream, vegetable oil (except for use in cooking), kefir, coconut oil (at except for use in cooking) and butter (except for use in cooking)

You can also consult our conversion sheet

What is the texture of fermented milk?

The expected texture of fermented milk is lumpy. If you prefer a smooth texture, stir vigorously for 10 seconds and serve.

Is the slight swelling in my fermented milk container normal?

Rest assured, this is a completely normal effect here. The small swelling sometimes caused by the gas during fermentation can continue even in the container. So, don’t worry and enjoy your meal.

What is fermented milk?

Fermented milk is milk in which the addition of handpicked ferments or lactic acid bacteria will transform lactose, the sugar in milk, into lactic acid. It is a natural and researched process to create that unique slightly tart taste and the smooth, velvety texture of our organic Nordic fermented milk.

What sets us apart from other dairies?

Nutrinor is the northernmost dairy in Quebec, which provides it with a milk supply from the northern oasis of Saguenay — Lac-St-Jean. This milk is produced by cows whose diet consists of high quality fodder and grains, whose growth is particularly suited to our climate and our very particular terroir.

Nutrinor is the only dairy that has a flour mill, which allows better control of the quality of the feeds delivered to the farm. We value regional grains produced by our members. This reduces the environmental impact of our activities and contributes to the dynamism of regional farms.

Nutrinor pasteurizes milk using exclusive technology, which allows extended storage (28 days for milk, 35 days for cream) without altering the good, fresh taste of our products.

Nutrinor promotes the use of a limited number of ingredients in its flavored dairy creams and beverages. We do not use any dairy ingredients imported from outside Canada.

Nutrinor sources its supplies from dairy farms located near the dairy, most within 35 kilometers.

Where is your dairy located?

Our dairy is located in Alma, in the heart of the northern oasis of Saguenay — Lac-Saint-Jean. This region is characterized by its boreal latitude, its geographic isolation and its particular climate, influenced by the proximity of the majestic Lac Saint-Jean, which covers an area of ​​more than 1000 km2. But its fundamental characteristic is the pride of its inhabitants and the attachment to their roots.

The dairy is supplied daily by a network of farms located nearby. It generates more than 100 direct jobs and very significant local benefits. A significant portion of the cooperative’s profits is paid to our members in the form of dividends and we support many causes in our community.

What is the expiration date?

Date by which the product should be stored if kept under suitable conditions (between 1 ° C and 4 ° C). This date is written at the top of the container of the dairy product.

What is traceability?

Traceability is the information that allows the movement and flow of milk to be followed through the stages of production. Thus, traceability gives you the opportunity to discover the farms where the milk in your container comes from. By providing the information on the packaging, you will find the dates of milking, farm picking and bottling by our cooperative. It offers a security element allowing better protection for you, consumers! It therefore allows you to trace dairy products from farm to table and obtain additional information on the product you are consuming.

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