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McCain Foods (Canada) Potato Processing Line Expansion in Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick Now Open

McCain Foods (Canada) Potato Processing Line Expansion (marked in yellow) in Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick is Now Officially Open

McCain Foods (Canada) has officially opened its new $65M state-of-the-art potato specialty production line, expanding the company's flagship potato processing facility in Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick.

The new 35,000 square foot McCain Foods potato specialty production line addition represents the largest capacity expansion investment in Canada in nearly 10 years.

The investment is reflective of the continued growth of the North American frozen potato and potato specialty segments in both the retail and food service businesses.

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Ribbon cutting ceremony for the specialty line expansion
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Jeff DeLapp, President, North America, McCain Foods Limited:

"Florenceville continues to be the French fry capital of the world. The official opening of the new production line reflects McCain's ongoing commitment to invest in the needs of our consumers and customers today, and also the company's focus towards future product development and innovation.”

“During our 60th year of business, investment in the Florenceville-Bristol facility is a testament to the importance the community holds as the birthplace of McCain Foods.”

“In addition to the more than 40 new jobs created, the construction build stimulated economic activity within the region, and an additional demand of 4,000 acres of potatoes is to be supplied to the facility by New Brunswick potato farmers."
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Aerial image of the McCain Foods (Canada) Florenceville-Bristol Potato Processing facilities after the latest addition (indicated in yellow)

A strong, sustainable Canadian business

Since the company was founded in 1957, McCain's leadership in the Canadian frozen potato market segment across all retail, food service and quick service restaurants (QSR) channels is undisputed.

All of McCain's potato products are made from 100% real potatoes grown on farms close to our facilities, which are spread across the country in New Brunswick, Manitoba, and Alberta.



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Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick, the "French Fry Capital of the World"

Shai Altman, President, McCain Foods (Canada):





"McCain is proud to partner with over 150 farming families across the country.”

“Our delicious products are a direct result of the quality potatoes grown by farmers, many of whom share a multi-generational partnership with McCain, some dating back to our start 60 years ago."



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Aerial footage of the McCain Foods (Canada) Florenceville-Bristol potato processing facilities after the completed expansion.

For the past 60 years, McCain Foods has grown proudly from its Florenceville, New Brunswick roots.

With 30 employees and sales of $150,000 in its first year of business in 1957, the company has grown to become a global enterprise with more than 20,000 employees operating out of 53 production facilities on six continents with sales in excess of CDN $9 billion, while remaining Canadian headquartered and family-owned.