June 28, 2017 –

The Dairy Processors Association of Canada (DPAC) is pleased to welcome its newest members, Fromagerie Bergeron from Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, Quebec and La Fromagerie Boivin from la Baie, Quebec.

“It is with great pleasure that we welcome these two members in the ranks of DPAC. This is an example of how we live our vision to be a united voice for a thriving dairy industry,” said Carl Colizza, Chair of DPAC board of directors.

Fromagerie Bergeron and Fromagerie Boivin are the newest members of a growing organization. The CEOs of both organizations, Roger Bergeron and Luc Boivin, will join the DPAC board of directors.

“We’re pleased that these organizations see the value our national association brings to the dairy processing sector,” said Jacques Lefebvre, President and CEO of DPAC. “Mr. Bergeron and Mr. Boivin are joining at a time when our environment is a very dynamic one,” added Mr. Lefebvre.

These two new members are in addition to Riviera from Sorel-Tracy, Quebec which also joined DPAC and its board of directors in June 2016.

About DPAC

DPAC is Canada’s national industry association representing the public policy and regulatory interest of the Canadian dairy processing industry. DPAC’s members represent some of the most recognized brands in Canada and provide work to over 23,000 Canadians, contributing $17.3 billion to the national economy.