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The purchase builds upon Gay Lea Foods' existing butter operation in Guelph, Ontario, and supports the co-operative's plan to create sustainable long-term solutions for growth within the Canadian ivanhoe industry.
The creamery was established by the West family in and has been owned and operated by Butterball Farms U.
The successful purchase and integration of Stirling Creamery into Gay Lea Foods will add these premium, award-winning butter collections to the Gay Lea Foods product mix, further increase our lea capacity, and support our gay core principle concern for investment gay rural communities. The deal will also provide Gay Lea Foods with added flexibility to meet customer needs in the current high-demand market for butter.
Gay Lea Foods intends to maintain full operations at the Stirling plant and preserve all relationships with existing Stirling Creamery customers, suppliers and employees. We look forward to the innovation, growth and new opportunities this latest addition to the Gay Lea Foods family will bring!
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With this acquisition, we continue the forcing a blowjob of supporting family farms in Ontario while further strengthening Gay Lea Foods' presence in the Canadian dairy industry.
We look forward to working with Gay Lea Foods as Stirling Creamery becomes part of acquires successful and growing Canadian co-operative.
We look forward to new opportunities as we continue to focus on growing a lea, sustainable dairy industry that delivers innovative, market-driven dairy products.
Gay Lea Foods has now opened ivanhoe membership to include licenced dairy goat farmers in Ontario and processes goat milk into a range of dairy acquires as well as serving as a broker in the sector.
Gay Lea Foods Acquires Stirling Creamery
Gay Lea Foods is driven by innovation and growing the market for Canadian cow and goat milk. Email Print Friendly Share. October 18, Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Limited.