Food and beverage manufacturing in Ontario

Ontario's food and beverage manufacturing sector is the third largest in North America with manufacturing revenues of more than $35 billion.

Information and services for food and beverage manufacturing businesses

 
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Start, operate and grow your business

Information and services to help you start, operate and grow a food and beverage manufacturing business.

 
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Invest in Ontario

Are you looking to invest in a food or beverage company? Start here to find why an investment in Ontario's food and beverage industry makes good sense.

 
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Ontario Food Exports

Helps food and beverage companies identify and maximize their export opportunities.

Guide to Food and Beverage Manufacturing in Ontario 2015 Need help to start, manage or grow your food business? Click to download this valuable new resource! This information in this guide reflects the advice, knowledge and experience of many successful food sector entrepreneurs and business development experts. It includes helpful information on business and financial planning, product costing model, guidelines for food safety, updated government regulations, and marketing a food product for success.

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Are you looking to expand your business? View the video to see why Ontario, Canada is the ideal setting to grow your business in Canada/North America.

 

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Energy efficiency is the first step to developing a green energy operation. Using less energy is better for the environment, saves your business money and lowers the capital cost of purpose-built green energy projects. To learn more start here.

 

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More than 200 agricultural commodities are grown on Ontario's farms, many of which are processed within the province. Learn about Ontario's food and beverage industry.