Passion and expertise
The History of Les Moulins La Fayette
Author-Founder, Johnny Jeulin is a fifth-generation baker, pastry chef, and chocolatier.
He started his first business at the age of 20 in La Loupe, France.
Inspired by a French entrepreneur, Johnny Jeulin came to Canada to share his artisanal know-how, which has been recognized on multiple occasions.
- He took part in the World Guinness Record for the largest cake in the world gifted by the French in Quebec as part of the 350th anniversary of the City of Montreal;
- He was selected by the Pastry Chef Association to represent Canada at the World Cup of Pastry and Chocolate;
- He is the recipient of the Diplôme d’honneur for the quality of its bread, awarded by the Confédération des Boulangers régionaux de France ;
- He won an award at the Gala d’excellence de la Vallée de Saint-Sauveur in the 16 and over employees’ category;
- He is the recipient of the Retail Business Order of Merit.
Johnny Jeulin is the author of Les Créations La Fayette, which is based on a strategy combining vision, value, and mission.
The first Les Moulins La Fayette licensed branch opens in the village of Saint-Sauveur, in Quebec.