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At the heart of North America’s largest food and beverage hub, Vaughan feeds the world

The sector plays a significant role in the agri-food value chain of York Region, which contributed $547 million in real gross domestic product (GDP) to Ontario’s economy in 2021.
Berries on a conveyor belt

Situated in the centre of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) – home to North America’s largest food and beverage sector – Vaughan has all the key ingredients to support a thriving food and beverage supply chain. Here, good food is grown, manufactured, packaged, stored, distributed, shipped and enjoyed.

Vaughan’s agri-food and food processing sector runs from farm to fork in York Region – Canada’s fourth-largest food and beverage processing hub. The city is home to nearly 500 businesses in the food and beverage supply chain, including agri-food and food processing leaders like Arla Foods, Bimbo Canada, Concord Confections, Give & Go, Kisko Products, Krinos, Ozery Family Bakery, Riverside Natural Foods, Saputo, Summer Fresh, Taylor Farms, Unico, Wholesome Harvest Baking and more.

Full Article: foodincanada.com