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McCain Foods Canada

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McCain Foods (Canada) is a division of McCain Foods Limited, an international leader in the frozen food industry and the world’s largest processor of French fries and specialty potato products.

In Canada, the company has eight production facilities with approximately 2,400 employees and, in addition to its famous French fries and potato specialties, makes frozen desserts, snacks, appetizers and authentic Chinese entrées.

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McCain Foods launches two new and exciting flavours of McCain Medleys (Courtesy: CNW Group/McCain Foods Canada)
June 25, 2024

McCain Foods offers more ways for Canadians to enjoy their veggies, with new McCain Medleys

McCain Foods Canada has expanded their category offerings by launching two new flavours of McCain Medleys.
Together, we can bring back anything.
July 16, 2023

McCain Foods brings back fan favourite TV character Barb to talk about sustainability on National French Fry Day.

Every year, the earth loses 12 million hectares of farmable land due to erosion. That’s roughly one soccer field every few seconds. Erosion ruins farmable soil, and a lack of farmable soil means that the future of potatoes, and fries, are at stake.
This Mother's Day, McCain is on a mission to celebrate the moms who bring us together by getting them in more family photos.
May 10, 2023

This Mother's Day, McCain Foods Canada is on a mission to celebrate the moms who bring us together by getting them in more family photos.

84% of Canadian moms say they're the ones responsible for taking family photos, which often means they're not able to be in the pictures themselves. So McCain is helping partners and kids to 'Put Mom in the Picture'.
McCain Foods Makes Largest Global Investment in Company History
March 20, 2023

McCain Foods Largest Investment ever: Doubling the capacity of its Coaldale potato processing plant

McCain Foods is making a substantial investment in Coaldale Alberta, doubling the size of its potato processing facility and output in Coaldale, Alberta.