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Richard Scofield

Rôtisserie St-Hubert dining room returns to Côte des Neiges after a four-year absence

    As readers of my restaurant stories know very well, the Rôtisserie St-Hubert chain has always been high on my list of dining experiences. My “go-to” spot has long been on Côte des Neiges Road. But four years ago the land where the restaurant sat was repurposed for a residential high-rise building. St-Hubert had to conclude its lease, with a promise to return again at the same location.

    Canada’s largest sit-down breakfast chain will begin selling restaurant-branded food in grocery stores next year.

    Best Brands Ltd., the retail division of the St-Hubert Group Ltd., is teaming with Franchises Cora Inc. to offer Cora-branded breakfast products in grocery stores starting in January. 

    Richard Scofield, president of the St-Hubert Group, says the company has well-established expertise in the development, production, distribution and marketing of food products for grocery stores. 

    Nicholas Tsouflidis, president of Cora, says it was important to join forces with a food distribution network firmly established across the country, such as Best Brands.

    Cora Tsouflidou, the founder of the breakfast chain, says the new retail food products will help the restaurant in its mission to promote the importance of breakfast.

    Cora has over 100 restaurants across Canada.

    This report by The Canadian Press was first published on Sept. 29, 2021.