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5 artisans from Quebec to promote the local economy

Undoubtedly, promoting the local economy is necessary to proactively contribute to society. That is to say, supporting artisans will create new jobs, more committed businesses, high-calibre investments and even greater consistency in the economic strategies used in the region.

Supporting artisans brings great benefits. However, not everyone prefers local. There are many factors that have an impact on this... that's why, at Le Petit Dep, we will tell you about 5 Quebec artisans to promote the local economy, and thus make known the virtues of artisanal products.


In this article, we will take a detailed tour of different craftsmen, so that you can observe their work vision and the services they offer. In this way, we will seek to discuss the importance of the local economy developed by the artisans of the province.
So, without further ado, let's start this adventure!

Why is it important to consume local products?

Many people believe that local products lack rigor and quality in their content. However, in addition to helping the region's economy grow, they provide nutritional benefits that impact human health.
In addition, the consumption of local products contributes to preserving the environment and encourages responsible consumption. So much so that this development is not only seen in the economy, but in the other elements of society.

Who produces artisanal products in Quebec?

Without a doubt, there are many artisans in the Quebec region. At Le Petit Dep alone, we rely on the help of 150 people identified by their quality and good service. With this in mind, we can know how many local artisans there are.
That is why, to briefly show you the panorama, we have decided to tell you about the following: Allo Simonne, State of shock, Gourmet du village, Miels d'anicet and Savvy Pantry, whose relevance in the region is very significant.
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