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Fine Choice Foods launches second manufacturing facility in B.C.

By Food in Canada Staff   

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Fine Choice Foods, a producer of Asian-inspired foods, opens a second manufacturing facility in Richmond, B.C. The new facility will produce spring rolls equal to the length of more than 700 football fields on a weekly basis, creating more than 70 new jobs.  

“The local food system is a critical economic driver and we’re pleased to be able to support Fine Choice Foods and the opportunities they are providing for the residents of British Columbia,” said Lana Popham, B.C. Minister of Agriculture and Food. “By using 3.5 million lb of locally grown vegetables each year, along with a number of other regionally sourced products, the company’s support for this community and its farmers benefits everyone as they continue to expand their presence in both Canada and the United States.”

The new facility, a warehouse transformed into a 50,000-sf, CFIA-approved food processing facility, signifies a meaningful financial investment in Fine Choice Foods’ infrastructure.

“The opening of this new facility is an important milestone for Fine Choice Foods and critical to our continued success,” said Jason Longden, CEO of Fine Choice Foods. “We’re extremely proud of our growth over the past several decades and more importantly, proud to be able to honour the legacy of the Lui family and the Summ! brand they created more than 30 years ago.”


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