Our Plants


Salade Etcetera! Inc. – Sherrington, QC

Following the fire that destroyed our previous packing plant in 2006, the new plant was inaugurated in Sherrington 2007. Expanded since 2012 and 2016, is located in the heart of our farmland, we can pack immediately after harvesting the lettuce.

Every day, more than 500 people take turns to wash and pack your favorite lettuce blends. Our facilities are new and equipped with the latest technology, which allows us to ensure top quality. Each week, we will pack enough lettuce to satisfy the consumption of the inhabitants of a city like Montreal or Manhattan.

Finally, we have a comprehensive traceability system that allows us to follow the lettuce from the fields to the stores.


Salade Etcetera! Inc. – Belle Glade, FL

The packing plant of Belle Glade was launched in 2003. At the time it was operating only in winter, during the salad season in Florida. In 2010, Belle Glade became a permanent plant that washes and packs our baby lettuces year round.

Today, the plant covers an area equivalent to a football field. It accommodates 60 employees who take turns five days a week.

Each week we pack enough lettuce to cover the consumption of all the people of Orlando.



CAMS is the newcomer among our packing plants. Acquired in 2010, this plant is dedicated to carrots and onions that we grow on our land and we pack, among others, under the brand Fresh Attitude.

This building was built in 1950 and was completely renovated in 2012 and 2013. All the equipment has been replaced the most advanced carrot and onion sorting and packing lines in the country.

CAMS is as large as 5 hockey rinks and packs enough carrots and onions to meet the demand of city dwellers from Boston and Quebec combined.