Culinary expertise is definitely not lacking in Quebec and Les Charcutiers Pork Shop are no exception. Discover their sausages, rillettes, and other original creations, perfect for accompanying your everyday meals.

Established in 2013, the budding company grew fast. Spotted by Sobey’s executive personnel during a tasting event, Pork Shop sausages can now be found in all IGA supermarkets.

Unis par la diversité

United by flavour diversity

The story of Les Charcutiers Pork Shop starts with Frédéric Daoust and Tommy Gosselin. In a fortunate twist of fate, the two ITHQ alumni met in 2012 while working at the same Montreal restaurant. In 2013, they quit their jobs and founded Les Charcutiers Pork Shop.

Certified, top-quality products only

The company uses only certified humane pork shoulder sourced from a local farm, free of any added fats. The flavours added to their products have never been added to traditional charcuteries before, ensuring a perfect balance between meat and spices.


Artisanal dried sausages

Les Charcutiers Pork Shop’s dried sausages are a true testament to their developers’ passion and know-how. Each individual product tells a story and quite simply explodes with one-of-a-kind flavours.

Artisanal dried sausages


Robust, this refined sausage boasts notes of wild mushrooms. It is the perfect addition to your charcuterie platter: its mushroom flavour pairs nicely with cheese and grapes.


A full-bodied sausage that exudes aromas of smoke and whisky, ideal for all yourbarbecues. Enjoy it with figs, nuts, and a soft-rind cheese for the perfect contrast to its robustness.


This Italian-style sausage is characterized by flavours of fresh herbs and red wine. Serve it right before a savoury spaghetti dish, alongside other antipasto, such as pesto and focaccia bread. The perfect accompaniment to your Italian feasts.


Rather spicy, this sausage, inspired by the hot climate of Xalapa, Mexico, is perfect for adding some heat to your dishes. Pair it with a glass of red wine or a refreshing Margarita.


Made in Montreal and flavoured with homemade steak spices, this is the ultimate sausage! Looking to pair it with a nice cold beer? Try an IPA, for an out-of-this-world pairing experience!

Classic sausages . . . updated

Even when it comes to classic sausages, the staff at Pork Shop always adds their own personal touch to the recipes.

Les saucissons classiques réinventés


Notes of red wine characterize this sausage’s sharp taste. Add it to your spaghetti sauce for a boost of flavour. No added fats go into this gourmet pepperoni, which means it’s all meat!


This sausage comes by its smoky taste naturally—meaning no artificial aromas, just an honest-to-goodness smoking process!

It’s the perfect sausage to pair with your favourite stout beer. Dark beer will really help highlight the seductively smoky notes.

Lawrence, Pepe, and Jack are also available at the deli counter! Ask to have your favourite sausages sliced and add them to your sandwiches or pizzas!

Sliced salami

Delicious and one of a kind, sliced salami is great on pizza or in a sandwich. Three dried sausage flavours . . . available in salami form!

les salamis


Featuring forest mushrooms and a five-pepper blend. Try adding it to your favourite quiche recipe. It also pairs perfectly with onions and cheese! 


Created in collaboration with the owners of Lawrence restaurant in Mile-End, this salami stands out for its unique Montreal steak spice flavours.

Add a generous handful to your favourite fresh bread. And for a very Montreal result, put it on your bagel!  


Its spicy taste is due to the addition of Mexican hot peppers.

In the summer, whip up a batch of potato salad and add a few thinly sliced pieces of this salami, for added taste and texture.

Tips and tricks for serving your charcuterie Hosting a get-together? Elevate your charcuterie game by putting together a pretty and practical platter! Make sure to space everything so as to avoid flavours bleeding together, and so that your guests can easily pick and choose what they feel like sampling. The ideal serving temperature for charcuterie is between 14 and 18 degrees Celsius, if everything remains at room temperature. If you plan on storing your platter in the fridge, make sure to place it on the lower shelf. Remove from the fridge an hour prior to serving, to enable the flavours to fully develop.

Cured meat cartridges

Also known as beef jerky, this range of products can be enjoyed during a hike or at happy hour. They’re the perfect on-the-go snack for anytime of day!


Developed in collaboration with Henrietta bar, located on Laurier Street in Montreal, this jerky exudes a bright, Portuguese-inspired taste. Definitely a happy hour must! Serve it with cherry tomatoes and goat cheese, and whisk your guests’ taste buds off to Portugal!


Calling all fans of the South: this jerky really stands out thanks to its unique blend of Jamaican jerk spices. Make sure to grab it on your next hike, for an extra dose of energy. To store it, simply wrap it in a cloth or piece of parchment paper and place it in your fridge.


The perfect blend of fresh lemon and Jalapeno pepper! At the office or at home, enjoy it paired with a handful of fruit. The lemon flavour pairs nicely with fresh fruit and offers a bright, refreshing aroma.


Made with top-quality ground pork, enjoy classic rillettes and cretons on a croissant or crackers! A speciality you’ll want to discover and rediscover time and time again!

Rillettes de taverne

Rillettes de taverne

Pork cooked in duck fat and seasoned with Dickson IPA from Deux Frères brewery, coriander, and garlic. Our favourite happy hour snack! Spread it on fleurs de sel crackers and serve with cheese and charcuteries.

Rillettes du Shack

Rillettes du Shack

Pork cooked in duck fat and seasoned with Pinnacle Chic-Choc rum, currants, and maple syrup. A must for brunch or to simply impress your rillettes-loving guests!



Pork slow-cooked in duck fat.

This is our version of classic cretons. Traditionalists will love consuming our cretons for breakfast. For added flavour, try pairing them with Meaux mustard!



In Quebec, when someone takes tourtière out of the freezer, it means friends and family are coming over! As delicious as they are practical, these meat pies are sure to put a smile on everyone’s face!


A classic tourtière, made according to tradition. Enjoy it with homemade fruit ketchup! 


A Lac-style toutière, made right here in Montreal! As it contains many different spices, don’t hesitate to pair it with a glass of full-bodied red, like a Chianti or a Cahors.

A succulent chicken pie that’s versatile and flavourful! Ideal for busy weeknights or even for your lunch! Featuring tender chicken and a flaky crust, this pie pairs nicely with a green salad.

Tips and tricks for serving meat pies To reheat your pies, simply cover them with aluminum foil and place them in the oven at 180 ° C (350 °F) for 45 minutes. For a quick and easy homemade fruit ketchup, place 30 ml (2 tbsp.) of pickling spices in a tea steeper and plunge into a large pot filled with approximately 12 tomatoes, 6 apples, 3 onions, and 1 red pepper, all chopped. Add 250 ml (1 cup) of white vinegar, 625 ml (2 ½ cups) of sugar, and a pinch of salt. Bring to a boil and let simmer on medium heat for 1 hour. Enjoy!