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The Frauxmagerie


Notre Frauxmage en Crotte mentionnée dans la revue BlogTO de Disgraceland resturant : “Vegan poutine ($11) smothers fries in veggie gravy and vegan curds, which are…” Read more-> 


“Whether for their health, their pocketbook or the environment, more Canadians are turning away from meat. Stores and restaurants are taking notice.” Read more ->


“The Frauxmagerie Produces a range of luxury cheeses, all of which are made from plant based ingredients.” Read more ->

“Charcuterie has its origins as a humble french peasant dish. But don’t let the simplicity of the preparation

deceive you – curated and composed with a thoughtful arrangement of textures and tastes…” Read more ->

“Sue Spahr and Alec Bosse. Gettin’ cheesy, go-go dancing, and globetrotting! The box of non-dairy

delights sent by Nia Bracken and Jaime Sirna of The Frauxmagerie on Georgian Bay…” Read more ->

"Contrary to popular belief, going vegan doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy cheese. It just means you just don’t eat cheese made from cow or any other animal’s milk — which, like a human mother, is made for the young of their own species." Read more ->

"Last year’s big winner at the Meaford Dragon’s Den is Marie-Catherine Marsot, Co-founder and CEO of The Fauxmagerie Ltd. Classically trained in French-style cuisine." (page 48) Read more ->

"The new-on-the-scene producers of artisinal non-dairy cheeses - The Frauxmagerie - Ltd. - have recently received a coveted B Corp Certification . . . . which will help Frauxmagerie accelerate their already impressive momentum." Read more ->

"Remember last year’s Dragons Den of Meaford winner? She’s got big news for you – The Frauxmagerie has been in operation for just six months, and is now shipping across Canada and to the US." Read more ->