Food In Canada

Evive moves to larger facility in Quebec

By Food in Canada Staff   

Business Operations Fruit & Vegetables Beverages Editor pick Evive Quebec

Frozen food manufacturing company Evive moves operations into a 550,000-sf facility in St-Hubert, Que. In just three years, the company has increased its production from a few hundred thousand to 8 million smoothies per year in Canada and the United States.

“In recent years, our small facility in Longueuil was no longer sufficient to meet the growing demand, especially in the United States. By moving to St-Hubert, our goal was to make our products accessible across North America, targeting distribution chains like Wal-Mart and Costco. This move allows us to enter new markets and serve a wider audience,” said Evive’s co-founder, Dominic Dubé. “We anticipate logistical and demand management challenges related to our expansion. To overcome them, we have invested in a competent team and strong partnerships. We are looking to optimize our internal processes to increase our efficiency. Claudia, myself, and the entire team aim to make our products available and affordable. We hope that with these new operations, we can optimize our production process and make our products more and more affordable. Our intention is to pass these savings directly to our customers, making healthy eating as accessible as possible.”

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