In order to populate the prairies in the early 1900’s, the Canadian government sold parcels of land for a mere $1 to people of many different cultures. The region of Bellevue was populated by French Canadian settlers, mostly from Québec. It’s situated in the heart of the Métis communities of Batoche, St-Laurent and St-Louis. These parcels of land bought by the French settlers were covered with prairie and sloughs. The settlers’ priority was to break the land so they could have gardens to feed their families and fields of grain and hay for their farm animals.

BELLE PULSES LTD. has two processing plants, one in Bellevue Saskatchewan and one in Duck Lake Saskatchewan. The Bellevue site is designed to process split yellow peas. (pictures of yellow split peas and Chana Dahl) Capacity of 40,000 MT of yellow split peas is manufactured per year.

Owned In: Saskatchewan

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Last Updated July 19, 2021

Made In Saskatchewan:

Pulses:
  • Whole & Split Green Peas
  • Yellow Split Peas
  • Chana Dahl Peas
Flour:
  • Yellow Pea
  • Green Pea
  • Chick Pea
Fiber Flour:
  • Yellow Pea
  • Green Pea
Kibbles:
  • Green Pea

Belle Pulses Availability:

Address & Contact

Our Address

1100 Main St, Domremy, SK

GPS

52.7879007, -105.7308459