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Established since 1982, CafĂŠ Vittoria imports, roasts, exports and distributes its high quality coffee beans. Since then the company has become one of the major leaders in Coffee throughout North America. Each year, they travel around the world to find, directly from the source, the best origins of coffee, creating strong relationships with producers in order to always be able to offer the finest ingredients to their customers. With the integration of technological advancements, they continue to move forward in order to offer superior coffees. Contact: Yves Landry, 1-800-715-5583 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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In the 1930s, hundreds of cooperatives were founded in Quebec in response to the economic crisis and suffocating market conditions. Most of them soon disappeared, leaving barely a trace in our collective memory. Agropur, which celebrates 75 years of achievement in 2013, continues to build on the vision of its pioneers. This organization with its humble roots has remained faithful to cooperative values and is today a leader in the Canadian dairy industry. Natrel believes that as you evolve, milk should evolve with you, adapting to your needs, fitting your lifestyle, reflecting your world. And that’s what makes Natrel stand out. Natrel is a Milk Expert for today’s needs, because no one knows milk more than Natrel does. And it’s not about saying that Natrel’s milk is right. It’s about offering the right milk for you, for your every need, for your everyday. That’s why Natrel only offers premium milks that are pure, fresh and made with extra care. They are innovators. They understand every person is different and they will never stop improving their line of products to make sure they exceed your expectations. They are doing more for people. It’s your milk whoever you are because Natrel’s milk will always fit your life. It’s fresh and simple. It’s milk made better just for you. Because for the last 20 years they’ve been listening to you and know what you want because they understand who you are. Contact: Karine Nault, 514-332-2220 ext. 7255

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Quebec

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DubĂŠ Loiselle

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Ben Deshaies

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Founded in 1962, Colabor is a leading wholesaler and distributor of food and related products. Thanks to its strong purchasing power, it offers products at attractive price points. The Company serves over 25,000 clients in two major sectors: foodservice and retail sales. It distributes over 50,000 products in Quebec, Ontario and Atlantic Canada. It owns several storage facilities, exceeding one million square feet in all, which enable it to respond quickly to orders. Colabor is experiencing strong growth. In recent years, it has made a number of strategic acquisitions, thereby strengthening its market position in Eastern Canada.

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Contact: Mylène HÊroux, 450-449-0026 ext. 258 Quebec

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Coca-Cola® was invented by Atlanta pharmacist, John Smith Pemberton in 1886. Since that time, The Coca-Cola Company has grown to represent over 400 different brands in 200 countries. Coca-Cola® beverages have been sold and distributed in Canada for more than one hundred years. In 1906, the first Canadian-made Coca-Cola® bottles came off the production line at 65 Bellwoods Avenue in Toronto. CocaCola in Canada is represented by Coca-Cola Refreshments Canada and Coca-Cola Ltd.

Coca-Cola Ltd. markets three of Canada’s top non-alcoholic sparkling beverage brands, Coca-Cola®, Diet Coke® and Sprite®. In addition, it is the largest juice and juice drink company with Minute Maid®, Five Alive®, FUZE® and Fruitopia®, and the leading readyto-drink tea producer with Nestea®. CCL also markets Dasani®, PowerAde®, vitaminwater® and other beverages.

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Coca-Cola Refreshments Canada is the single Canadian bottler responsible for manufacturing, customer marketing, national sales and distribution of CocaCola速 brands in Canada. CCRC also manufactures and distributes other beverage brands.

Together, Coca-Cola Ltd. and Coca-Cola Refreshments Canada manufacture, distribute and market over 100 beverage brands and employ approximately 6,300 associates in Canada.. Contact: Sophie Lauzon, 514-257-5627

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Quebec

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The history of the H.J. Heinz Company in Canada began over 100 years ago with an enterprising young man named Henry Heinz. In 1909, after building a successful company in United States, Heinz chose Leamington, the heart of Ontario’s tomato growing region, as the most suitable site for the first-ever expansion of his operations outside the USA. Today Leamington is the second largest Heinz plant in the world. With the growth of its foodservice business, Heinz began producing its dressings, sauces and toppings products in St.Marys, Ontario in 2004. In 2006, Heinz invested a significant expansion of this same facility. Heinz Canada’s third and smallest factory is located in Toronto. Best known for its iconic Heinz Ketchup, the H.J. Heinz Company is Canada’s leading processor and marketer of high quality ketchup and condiments, infant foods, pasta sauces, canned beans and pasta, and specialty sauces and salad dressings through all retail and foodservice channels, Heinz Canada employs more than 1200 people in Ontario and across the country. Contact: Yann Normandin,1-800-361-3814 ext. 3914 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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Alasko specializes in providing customers with premium quality frozen fruits & vegetables, grown from around the world. Founded in 1989, Alasko has grown to be the largest Canadian importer of frozen fruits & vegetables, and has expanded globally into the US and Australia. In 2010, Alasko joined the Catterton Partners. Catterton has over $2.5 billion of equity capital under active management.

The Alasko global supply network reaches over 60 agrifood producers, in 20 countries. All facilities are federally inspected and satisfy all of the H.A.C.C.P. program requirements. They import, prepare and distribute over 80 million pounds of frozen foods. Alasko markets its quality products under its own label and private label brands. Together, with the Moov brand, they can generate business/sales opportunities because of their global reach. Whether you are a food manufacturer, food wholesaler, distributor or retailer, Alasko has been recognized as an industry leader and a true partner for growth. Contact: Nadia Bertone, 514-328-6661 ext. 2502 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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As the first company to introduce commercial textile services to the world in 1889, Alsco not only pioneered the concept, but created the industry standards. A short list of their firsts include: inventing the continuous towel dispenser, pioneering the use of garment lockers, and being a leader in the laundering and delivery of readyto-wear uniforms for virtually every type of application imaginable. Contact: Jean-Philippe Morin, 514-595-7381 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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André Labbée Inc. was incorported in 1992 by its original founder André Labbée as a niche wholesale equipment supplier to the Vending, Office Coffee Service (OCS) and Foodservice industries. From the beginning, André Labbée Inc. has been known as an innovative hardware supplier throughout the Quebec and Maritime provinces and has, today, emerged as one of the country’s leading multi-industry equipment solution provider in Eastern Canada.

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Contact: Yanick Provençal, 514-333-4030

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Quebec

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Desjardins General Insurance Group (DGIG) is one of the largest and most successful insurance companies in Canada, with one of the highest customer service ratings in the industry.

The have been meeting the home and auto insurance needs of Canadians for over 60 years. When you call, you’ll speak directly to a licensed salaried professional each and every time. And, you will never feel rushed because they will take the time to explain your coverage and answer any questions that you may have.

Contact: Lyne Parent, 1-888-581-4664

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Quebec

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Weston is a proud Canadian company, operating for over 125 years. They have operations in four regions of Canada: Western Canada, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic. In 1882, George Weston laid the foundation for Weston Bakeries. The bakeries were built by the expertise, ingenuity, honest values, and ceaseless efforts of hundreds of men and women. Contact Denis Provost, 1-800-361-0120

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Quebec

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Their story began in 1965, in the small Sicilian town of Catania, when Mario Sardo and his wife started selling olive oil from their family home. The hot, dry summer conditions in Catania were perfect for producing olives and olive oil. They enjoyed modest success but eventually immigrated to Canada in pursuit of new possibilities for their family. In coming here, their dream was to introduce the finest olives and oils that Mediterranean Europe had to offer to consumers. Growing up in Italy, they had spent a lifetime having the luxury of olives and gourmet Mediterranean food available to enjoy all of the time and had developed a deep passion for it. Mr. Sardo and his wife were inspired to share this food (and their passion for it) with Canadians so they could savour that same experience right here. When they began importing products, their success was immediate and the food began resonating with grocers and consumers alike. Over the years, they worked hard, and through dedication to quality, became synonymous with not only fine imported olives and oils but also a wide range of other products including antipasti, pesto and more. Like olives, their other products had one thing in common - they made gourmet cooking and entertaining easy. This approach has become fundamental to their success - MAKING FINE FOOD ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE. Contact: Patrick Loyer, 514-970-6697 ext. 120

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Founded in 1992, Première Moisson is a Quebec company that makes and sells healthy food products. Its approach respects the great traditions in baking, charcuterie and pastry making. The Colpron-Fiset family founded Première Moisson Bakery in 1992. Backed by 25 years of experience, the family draws inspiration from the best traditional recipes and ancestral breadmaking techniques. In 2007, Première Moisson became the first bakery to make all its wheat breads using natural flours produced entirely from wheat grown in Quebec. Moreover all flours are unbleached, chemically untreated and produced from an exceptional mix of grains that are the fruit of the work of local farmers and of the know-how of Première Moisson’s miller. Première Moisson’s exclusive grain mixtures are the product of an integrated farming approach called Agriculture Raisonnée™, which brings together a variety of innovative practices aimed at preserving the environment. The company currently has 18 bakeries and 3 Express counters and it offers select products in supermarkets and Costco stores in Quebec and Ontario. Contact : Louis Malo, 514-825-2010 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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No matter what part of the foodservice industry you are in, Genpak has you covered when it comes to food containers and packaging. From plastic dinnerware and paper cone cups to microwave safe containers, to go containers and compostable products, Genpak produces some of the best containers, packaging and disposable dinnerware items you’ll ever need. Contact: LÊo Bermola, 514-994-7279 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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For over 50 years, Ecolab has been a business partner that you can count on. Their innovating solutions and services cover many markets: hotels, agri-food industry as well as the hospital sector and the textile industry. Ecolab is permanently working towards a cleaner, healthier and safer environment. Contact: 450-978-6415

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Quebec

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Emballages Maska is a distributor of different types of disposable commercial packaging as well as sanitary and hygienic products. Emballage Maska’s customers needs are part of their daily preoccupation and are the basis of their development as a distribution company. Emballage Maska offers an outstanding service. The range of products is expanding and the electronic catalog is improving constantly.

Contact: Guylaine Roy, 514-875-4620

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Quebec

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Esso’s story began in 1880, when 16 refiners in southwestern Ontario created The Imperial Oil Company, Limited. Today, they operate from coast to coast and are best known for their familiar brand names: Esso and Mobil. They make the products that drive modern transportation, power cities, lubricate industries and provide petrochemical building blocks for thousands of consumer goods. Contact: Raymond Armand 1-888-270-5707 or 450-246-2504

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Quebec

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Ask anyone in Western Canada if they remember eating Old Dutch chips when they were little. They all remember the Old Dutch windmill, the great-tasting chips and dips, the colorful characters on the bags, the Old Dutch taste they enjoyed growing up. It all started in Winnipeg in 1954 and most Winnipeggers didn’t even realize that the Old Dutch brand was their own. But the taste, quality, and identity made such an impression, that Old Dutch chips and snacks were an instant hit. Although they started as a little Canadian chip company, Old Dutch has become a strong leader in taste, quality, innovation and industry standards. Their windmill stands for a great snacking tradition, and a commitment to better snack products.

Contact Robert Guindon, 514-780-1614 ext. 2203

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Quebec

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The Pâtes et Croûtes L.B. Inc. company was founded in 1990. With his expertise in the food industry, Mr. Luc Benoit, the company’s founder, recognized the need for the products he was going to put on the market. He decided to establish a production plant in the industrial sector of Boucherville, where he started producing pie crusts. He expanded the company and started producing muffins and cookies. In August 2000, Pâtes et Croûtes moved its operations to a larger factory which enabled them to increase their production capacity Contact: Dominique Benoit, 450-655-7790 ext. 232

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Quebec

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When it comes to personal finances, simply investing in a wide range of different products no longer does the trick. In fact, building a portfolio is just the first step towards greater financial independence. At Quesnel et Associés, they’ve developed an innovative team strategy; by calling on the expertise of their specialists as needed, they’re able to manage your portfolio to maximize its value while minimizing your tax exposure. You benefit in many ways from their highly efficient, multi-disciplinary approach. Contact: Annie Quesnel, 450-662-3553 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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Les Viandes Bovitendres inc. , well recognized for many years, specialize in meet processing and distribution of certified meat such as beef, veal, pork, chicken, lamb, wild game, cooked meats and cheese. All their meats meet the highest inspection standards and they are carefully selected to offer the very best quality while respecting the animals and the environment.

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Contact: Denis Ardouin, 450-663-4375 Quebec

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Yum Yum Chips, acquired in 1959 by the Jalbert family, is a Quebec company specializing in the manufacturing and distribution of potato chips and snack foods. This family business is presently managed by the third generation of Jalberts and its products are sold mainly in Quebec, Ontario, the Maritimes and the U.S. Contact: Alexandre Verner, 514-250-8984 AVAILABLE:

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Founded in 1960, Produits alimentaires Berthelet rapidly became one of Canada’s most important manufacturers of dehydrated food products. After humble beginnings selling products to Québec butcher shops, the company slowly grew and added products to their offering. In the mid-sixties, the young Berthelet brothers approached Mr. René Léger who owned and operated three very successful Rotisseries in Montreal under the St-Hubert Bar-B-Q name. This innovative and growing family restaurant chain was known for its classic Saturday night television ads (remember, those were the days when people would order chicken as a snack to be enjoyed after another Montreal Canadiens victory) and their legendary bar-b-q sauce. Berthelet developed a dehydrated version of that famous sauce which was inexpensive and incredibly easy to store and prepare. In 2007, the Bertelet family sold the retail and restaurant business to the St-Hubert Group to focus exclusively on the Canadian food services market. Their continued growth is built on these simple foundations: quality products and unequaled service. Contact: Sylvie Crête, 1-800-361-9326 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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Bonduelle North America is Canada’s leading processor of canned and frozen vegetables. Its expertise, along with that of its highest caliber agricultural partners in the most fertile croplands in North America, guarantee products of superior quality that meet the very highest customer standards. The company’s products are marketed under the private-brand labels of the major North American food distributors and supermarket chains, as well as under Bonduelle’s own labels, which include Arctic Gardens frozen fruits and vegetables, a popular Canadian brand. Its sales team operates on the major retail trade and food services networks.

Bonduelle North America has seven plants in Canada, including three in Ontario’s famed Horseshoe Valley and four in the fertile St.Lawrence River Valley in Quebec. Contact: Sandra Lévesque, 514-384-4281 ext. 312

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Quebec

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Bridor owns and operates four plants in North America : three in Canada and one in the U.S., in the State of New Jersey. Its sister company, Bridor France, has a factory in Rennes that serves all segments of the European market and other markets around the world. Bridor’s North American division employs a staff of 400 men and women, dividing sales between Canada and the United States. Bridor is known for its dynamic and professional sales force, its innovative marketing team with a finger on the pulse of the latest trends and consumer needs, and its forward thinking and proactive R & D team. Today, Bridor offers a portfolio of products to suit every taste, with 300 bread recipes and 150 Viennese party recipes.

Contact: Nicole Boudreau, 450-641-1265 ext. 4016 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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High Liner Foods Incorporated is one of North America’s largest commodity and value-added seafood companies servicing the Canadian foodservice market. High Liner is one of the largest processors and marketers of perpared seafood and is the leader in frozen value-added products. The company began in 1899 with the founding of W.C. Smith & Company, a salt fish operation located in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. High Liner Foods Incorporated operates secondary processing plants in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Burin, Newfoundland, as well as Portsmouth, New Hampshire and Danvers, Massachussetts. High Liner strives to be the leader in value-added frozen seafood in North America. They are guided by four core values: quality, integrity, involvement and innovation.

Contact: Chantal Pelletier, 1-800-361-1660 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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Maple Leaf Foods can trace its roots back well over 100 years through the amalgamation of some of Canada’s premier food companies. In 1991 the merger of Maple Leaf Mills Limited and Canada Packers Inc. created the company now known as Maple Leaf Foods Inc., Canada’s largest food processor. Four years later McCain Capital Corporation and the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan Board acquired controlling interest in the company from Hillsdown Holdings plc and remain controlling shareholders today.

Contact: Pierre Houle 450-629-9000

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Quebec City, rich in history and culture, is the home of Martin Dessert, who have been creating and producing fine quality frozen gourmet desserts here since 1989. The ongoing growth of the dessert industry constantly inspires them in their efforts to meet the demands of a varied clientele. Martin Dessert knows that innovation is the key to production growth. Their young and dynamic team is exclusively devoted to the research and development of new products and to ensuring quality control..

Contact: Martin Saint-Pierre 1-866-392-0220 ext. 242 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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Over the decades, McCain has earned a positive reputation as a trusted foodservice provider and not for its products alone. In fact, 9 out of the top 10 Canadian best-selling Frozen Potato items are McCain Foodservice Potatoes. Even though McCain sells great quality popular products, they are not known for their products alone. Among Canadian operators, they ranked first in Business Relationship and support, Personnel, and Customer Service support.

Contact: Sandra Monti, 514-608-5195 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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The Olymel brand is widely recognized and enjoyed by consumers for its delicious pork and poultry products. Olymel offers a range of diversified superior quality products for everyday meals or receptions. Contact: JosĂŠe Lapierre, 1-800-361-5800 ext. 3204 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

With over 120 years of brand heritage in the Canadian dairy industry, Parmalat Canada is committed to the health and wellness of Canadians and markets a variety of high-quality food products that help them keep balance in their lives. Parmalat Canada produces milk and dairy products, fruit juices, cultured products and table spreads with such respected brands as Beatrice, Lactantia, Astro, Black Diamond and Balderson. Contact: Sylvain Danis, 1-800-363-4393

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Quebec

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Marketing Design and Communications At Latitudes Marketing & Design, we have built our reputation on delivering high quality, branded solutions in a range of industries and in a variety of formats. Whether you seek a creative team for a single project or long-term partnership, Latitudes has the talent and experience necessary to elevate your marketing communications through all forms of print and electronic media. Our marketing design team has been serving a wide range of clients, from small non-profit organizations to Fortune 500 companies. HOW WE DIFFER TO OTHER DESIGN STUDIOS…. We NEVER charge for revisions. We don’t limit you to 2 or 3 sets of changes or revisions. As long as you stay within the specs of the project, there are no limits to the amount of changes you can make. It’s up to us, as professionals, to understand the project and deliver files that meet your needs. The files belong to you. Once the project is complete, ALL the files belong to you. Not just flattened EPS or PDFs, but all working and layered files are yours. Contact: Mark Lehberg, 514-487-1594, 1-866-294-1594 AVAILABLE:

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SÊlection du Pâtissier has been devoted to the fine art of pastrymaking since 1992. Today, after 20 years, their company produces premium quality cakes and enjoys a solid reputation in the field of commercial and institutionnal baking throughout Quebec and even beyond. Their distributors, all in the food services sector, appreciate the quality of their products and their reliable service. Over the years, they have made a name for themselves by working their R&D team to continually develop new desserts that meet the needs of their customers. Their expertise and flexibility have made them a leader in private label product development. Contact: Danny Morin (courtier Alimentation Impact), 514-737-2977 ext. 214

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Quebec

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Unilever’s corporate mission to add vitality to life responds to 21st century consumers. But the spirit of this mission has infused our entire history, starting in the late 19th century. Over the past 100 years Sunlight, Vaseline, Pears, Pond’s, Red Rose & Lipton and other quality branded products of Unilever Canada, have become familiar features in Canadian homes. They have earned a place in the life of virtually every consumer. Today they continue to produce and market a wide range of food, home and personal care products to meet the everyday needs of Canadians from coast to coast. Recently they have added the Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream brand, the Slim-Fast brand, as well as Hellmann’s Mayonnaise, Skippy Peanut Butter, and Knorr brands to the Unilever portfolio. Contact: Nadia Pinotti, 514-235-0770

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PRO-SNACK INC. proudly provides throughout Canada their exclusive selection of quality flavoured MEAT STICKS and BEEF JERKY. Only the best quality meats are used in the creation of these tasty and satisfying meat snacks. Lean cuts of tender meat,seasoned using AWARD WINNING blends of herbs and spices and slow cooked for natural goodness! The result is the best tasting meat snacks you’ll find! Their products are great tasting and they stand behind WESTERN’S SMOKEHOUSE quality. A family owned and operated company since 1978. Award winning smoked products now available in Canada for you to enjoy. 9 great flavours 0 trans fat Low in carbohydrates and much more..... Contact: Michel Garon, 450-714-1112 AVAILABLE:

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Founded by Aristide Lassonde in 1918, the company operated mainly as a vegetable canning facility until 1959 when Willie Lassonde (father of Pierre-Paul Lassonde, current chairman of the board of diretors of Lassonde Industries Inc.) decided to diversify by adding the production of apple juice to vegetable operations. This change of direction became the inspiration for Lassonde’s innovative culture, a culture that was passed on from one generation to the next.

This proved to be a turning point in the history of the company, enabling it to evolve from the vegetable cannery it once was to what it is today: a leading manufacturer of pure fruit juices and fruit drinks in Canada, and the leading manufacturer and distributor of apple juice in eastern Canada, with more than 900 employees.

Its Rougemont, Oasis, Fruité, Allen’s, Fairlee and Graves products, to name but a few, now delight the taste buds of consumers everywhere.

Contact: Daniel Brousseau, 514-323-8390 ext. 226 AVAILABLE:

Quebec

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Pinty’s Fresh Fully Cooked Chicken Products provide the highest quality product offering to you and your customers. Fresh never frozen 100% chicken breast meat, packed in our easy to use, easy to store 1kg containers that are a perfect fit in a cold counter. Significantly reduce labour and increase your turnaround time from prep to plate using Pinty’s Fresh Fully Cooked Chicken Products! Whether your menu requires a sauced wing or breaded wing, Pinty’s has the variety you are looking for! Pinty’s tasty wings are marinated for tenderness and flavour! Try Pinty’s line of fully cooked wings, making wing preparation easier than ever, these wings can be reheated in the deep fryer for maximum consumer crispness and operator convenience! Pinty’s offers a scrumptious selection of fully cooked fillet and breast products that are sure to please your customers! Our whole muscle products are made using only 100% chicken breast meat and boast a wonderful selection of breadings that will tempt the taste buds. Pinty’s Breaded Chicken Fillets, Flings and Breastwich are all available fully cooked for ultimate convenience, simply heat and serve! Contact: Sandra Monti : 514-264-9588 1-800-263-7223 AVAILABLE:

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Lesters Foods: A family passion since 1931 In 1925, Max Lester fled Eastern Europe and arrived in Canada. He carried with him the family’s secret recipe to make smoked meat. In 1931, Max Lester opened a delicatessen on Montreal’s famed and historic St. Lawrence Blvd, better known as “the Main”. The deli was famous for its smoked meat sandwiches and quickly became a Montreal favorite. As the popularity and demand of the products grew, Max Lester began to produce and sell these products to other restaurants and grocery stores. The deli was a family affair with wife Rose and their children Moe, Joe and Helen all helping to serve customers 7 days a week. As a young boy, Moe Lester dreamed of supplying restaurants and grocery stores all over Canada with the products that his family had prepared and served for years. In 1964, Moe Lester’s dream became a reality with the construction of a new 15, 000 square foot federallyinspected plant. The success of this new company was so strong that the plant could barely keep up with demand for its smoked meat, hot dogs, salami and many other deli products. In 1971, Lesters moved into a new 40, 000 square foot plant in Laval, a suburb of Montreal. Once again, the plant quickly outgrew its capacity and so a major expansion was undertaken bringing the total size today to 140, 000 square feet.

Contact: Richard Fréchette, 514-703-2508, 1-800-361-9035

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