October 6, 2016
Belleville Food Processor Doubles Production
Sprague Foods has received a $79,000 grant from The Green Belt Fund. The grant will support a new automated packaging machine which will increase the sale of locally produced soups and beans. Sprague will be able to double production and its facility, develop seven new products for sale in grocery stores, and provide farmers with new opportunities to bring their products to market.
Sprague Foods Limited, located in the City of Belleville, is a BRC certified facility employing the most advanced in-container sterilization and cooking system in the world to optimize cooking quality while preserving nutritional qualities in both metal and glass containers. Organically certified, Sprague Foods produces private label products for Canada, the United States of America and other global markets. Also specializes in healthy, organic, all natural, kosher and vegetarian products including shelf-stable Beans, Savoury Beans, Baked Beans, Refried Beans, Bean Dips, Hummus, Soups, Sauces and Desserts.
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The Greenbelt Fund changes the way people eat food in Ontario. Their innovative investments get more local food onto the plates of Ontarians. They work with businesses, institutions and NGOs to make Ontario’s farmers the first choice for consumers. The Fund’s work has generated a 13-fold return on investments, permanently changed the food value chain, and improved local food awareness and education across the province. As a not-for-profit, the Greenbelt Fund is supported by public and private sources.
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