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The story of two wizards from Orleans Island

The natives of Orleans Island called themselves wizards since the beginning of time. Is it due to their talents for agriculture, navigation or their secret recipes for jams? The two creators of Tigidou both harvested strawberries from the south side of the island as their first jobs. Thirty years later, after travelling around the world, they return to their homeland to share their love of discovery, innovation, nutritional health and above all, the magical berries of their bewitched island.

Our team

Tigidou Jam Factory is also the story of a passionate team that shares the love of berries and is dedicated to making your visits and your experiences even more unique.

Photo de l'équipe Tigidou

An inspiring place, a blessed terroir

Tigidou Jam Factory is located in the heart of Orleans Island, very close to the Old Capital, a privileged territory for the cultivation of strawberries in America. The jam factory and its gardens offer visitors an original experience. Cooking fresh local seasonal berries, Tigidou jam makers will make you taste their fine seasonal creations, always fresh and original, often organic and certainly 100% local.

Tigidou's jam secret

Our way of doing things and our culinary approach are very different from traditional homemade or industrial jams. It's about respecting the delicate balance between cooking and sugar, between fruit acidity and cane sugar, until you obtain a cooking that will not reduce aromas and antioxidants. We are continually working to redefine the ways to preserve fruit with a minimum of natural sugars and exploring amalgamations with fresh herbs or boreal spices.

The best selected local fruits
Top quality ingredients
Cooking in a small cauldron

Eat better

Quebec berries are precious. Keeping the aromas and the benefits is what we do best.

Zero growth

Natives, we learned early on to treat the land with respect and dignity. It's in our nature.

Local fruits

Our island, the founding land of French culture in America, combines climates, lands and winds that promote the cultivation of magical berries.

Fresh and less sweet

Freshly picked fruit, agricultural farms provide us with the best of their harvest, from June to October.

Our delicious jams


The origins of berry processing, legends and other sweet stories.


The working-class era

At the turn of the last century, the “French Canadians” were workers. We were "tigidous"


American strawberries

The island of Orleans is a land of more than 500 years, favored by the climate, the land and the sea winds.