The Cuisine Adventures product line was founded by a professional chef and today our team still includes classically trained chefs and accredited food scientists who love to cook and eat. We start with fresh, wholesome ingredients and duplicate the same quality you’d strive for if you were cooking at home yourself. Then, we flash freeze each item to ensure that you enjoy freshly prepared taste that is always as good - or better! - than homemade.
Cuisine Adventures products are sold at most Costco stores in the United States and Canada as well as at some chain grocers. Use our Store Finder to find them near you.
All of our products are made in Canada. We have three production facilities that when combined equal approximately 195,000 square feet of space. Our head office and largest production facility is located in Dollard des Ormeaux, just outside of Montreal, Quebec. We have two additional facilities in Vaughan, a Toronto, Ontario suburb.
Cooking instructions for Cuisine Adventure products can be found on the back panel of the display packaging for each product. However, if you no longer have the box, you can also find the instructions on our Cuisine Adventures website. Just choose the right item on the product page and follow the links.
All the information about the nutrient content and ingredients used in Cuisine Adventure products can be found on the back panel of the display packaging for each product. However, if you no longer have the box, you can also find the instructions on our Cuisine Adventures website. Just choose the right item on the product page and follow the links.
Please visit our Contact Us page for information on how to communicate with us.
Our products are not currently available via mail order or online commerce.
Sorry no. Our recipes are written for very big batches and to change them into consumer friendly sizes is not possible.
We conduct ongoing reviews of our suppliers and work only with suppliers who can meet the highest standards of international food safety.
Our retail boxes and the plastic trays we use to pack many snack and appetizer items are all recyclable in most North American municipalities.
On the side panel of each of our retail boxes you will find a printed date code that indicates the best before use date for the food inside the box.
We take steps to clean our equipment and work areas thoroughly between the making of different products; however, at this time we cannot make a gluten free claim on any of our products including items that are made with gluten-free ingredients. All products containing added gluten are indicated as such in the ingredient statement.
Please visit our Careers page to find out how to submit your resume and see what job openings we currently have posted.
Plats du Chef was founded in Montreal in 1981 by Chef Michel Lachapelle and his wife Monique. They specialized in making chef quality foods such as Escargots en Brioche for local grocers. Because their products were exceptionally high quality, the business, facilities and product line grew. By 1994 the company was internationally recognized and making signature products such as French Onion Soup which remains popular today.
Yes. We make private label products for some of North America’s best known grocers. You can find out more about our capabilities by visiting the Private Label section of this website.
We have many products formulated and designed for various types of foodservice applications. These products are generally sold through broad line and speciality distributors. You can find out more about our foodservice capabilities and offerings on the Foodservice section of this website.
We work with many well-known brands as a contract manufacturer. More information about these services is available on this page of our website.