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Au Pain Doré Origine Butter Croissants

Established in Montréal 65 years ago, Au Pain Doré is still a symbol of excellence in the Quebec baking field today. After just one bite of a croissant, there’s no doubt that part of the secret of its longevity lies in the recipe for this simply divine pastry. The company has always refused to compromise on taste and quality and only uses real butter in its products.

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