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Tillsonburg Custom Foods boosts capacity with $35M investment

By Food in Canada Staff   

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Tillsonburg Custom Foods, Ont., invests $35 million in new equipment to increase production and create 78 new jobs at their Trenton and St. Marys facilities. This project is supported by $5 million through Ontario’s Regional Development Program.

Over the last two years, Tillsonburg Custom Foods has expanded beyond producing meat, frozen fruit and vegetable mixes to include sauces and pastry products.

“Tillsonburg Custom Foods is proud to continue to invest locally and expand our operations to provide jobs to the local community,” said Ed Lamers, president at Tillsonburg Custom Foods. “With the support from the province of Ontario through the Regional Development Program, Tillsonburg Custom Foods will remain a leader in the nation’s food processing sector and add to our capabilities to make butter tarts, meat pies, appetizers and fully cooked products for both domestic customers and the export market.”


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