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Lucerne milk now available in Walmart in Western Canada

Lucerne milk, a 100 per cent brand of Canadian milk processed, packaged and distributed in Canada, is now available at Walmart Canada stores in Western Canada.

The Lucerne brand is now Walmart’s official brand of milk for this region, and are available in the dairy aisle at stores across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia.

The Lucerne brand is part of the Agropur Cooperative, a North American dairy industry leader that brought in $6-billion in sales in 2016. The Cooperative is a source of pride to its 3,345 members and 8,000 employees, processing more than 5.9 billion litres of milk per year at its 39 plants across North America. Its brands include Natrel, Québon, Farmers, Lucerne, Island Farms, Sealtest, Northumberland, Central Dairies, OKA, Agropur Signature, Agropur Grand Cheddar and biPro. Agropur’s head office in Saint-Hubert, Québec is a LEED Silver building. For more information, visit

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5 Comments » for Lucerne milk now available in Walmart in Western Canada
  1. James Shea says:

    Not near as good as Dairyland. I guess you must get cheaper. Now have to shop elsewhere for Dairyland.

  2. Mitchell Roberts says:

    Lucerne Milk is from the USA. Find the dairy code and enter it here:

    It will tell you where it was packaged.

  3. Karen says:

    Why is your milk constantly going bad before it’s expire date?? I’ve been buying your milk from Walmart in Coquitlam in it constantly goes off after 3 days even though there’s several dates still left on the expiry. I have had to return them all!

    • Hi Karen, in defence of the milk processor, it is possible that there is an issue during delivery to Walmart, or even how it is handled at Walmart. That doesn’t excuse the processor. You could contact them directly: and let them know your concerns. The problem may be on their end, it may be on the distributor’s end (Walmart). Either way, they may want to look in to it. Good luck.

  4. Sidra says:

    I had the same issue multiple times as Karen. I got from Walmart in Edmonton and it went bad, then I thought may be something is wrong with walmart so I went to shoppers but same thing, milk turned bad more than weeks time left as per pack.

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