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This year also found Boulart ready to take its next growth step. For starters, it held something of a “coming out” party last June at the International Dairy-DeliBakery Association’s 2011 Dairy-DeliBake convention in Anaheim, Calif. The event drew 8,554 attendees and 1,576 exhibitors, officials said. Boulart also has brought in new talent, including Executive Vice President Michel Benoit, a Quebec native with 25 years of CPG sales, marketing and brand development experience in both the Americas and Europe.
At its start, Boulart produced as many as 80,000 baguettes each day to supply area supermarkets including Canada’s Metro Richelieu and Sobeys (initially in the Montreal metro area). In just its first year, the company earned a 2007 Canadian Grand Prix New Product Award for its private label breads marketed as Metro’s “Irresistibles” line. Germany’s Baking + Biscuit International magazine interviewed Saillant the following spring, shortly after the awards were announced. “To us, baguettes are a classical product for Sundays, something one is looking forward to,” Saillant told the publication.
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods November 2011 by Bob Garrison