CANADA: Centennial Food announces expansion to Saskatoon
Calgary's Centennial Food Corp. has announced its expansion with the plans for a US$34.4m project based in Saskatoon. Saskatchewan company, Crown Investments Corp. is providing $20m towards the development of a world-class food processing plant. Ron Kovitz, chairman of the Centennial Food Corp, commented, "We are very excited. This is a great opportunity for our company and will allow us to grow our markets in the United States and southeast Asia." The family-owned food distribution and value added manufacturing company sells frozen meat, vegetable and seafood products to leading supermarkets throughout Canada, and within the United States and East Asia.
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