Canada Brand members directory

From coast to coast to coast, Canadian food and drink producers cultivate their passions to provide a variety of wholesome and healthy products to satisfy the most sophisticated appetites around the globe. Canada Brand members reflect Canada's size and diversity, generating a wide range of culinary offerings. We encourage you to get to know the many faces behind the Canada Brand and discover endless possibilities when you incorporate Canadian excellence at your table.

The information on this page was supplied by Canada Brand members and written in their language of choice.

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AETPE (opens in new window)

Association des Érablières-transformateurs des produits de l'érable (AETPE): regroupe les producteurs québécois de sirop d'érable qui emballent et commercialisent leurs produits en formats de moins de 5 L ou 5 kg, par opposition aux producteurs de sirop d'érable en vrac. L'AETPE fait la promotion et représente ses membres dans le développement de nouveaux marchés, notamment à l'exportation.

Arctica Food (opens in new window)

Arctica Food Group Canada is an enterprise integrating R&D, production, and sales. From our signature product, the Canadian Sea Cucumber, we immersed ourselves in more products innovation and optimization, with our growing Health Supplement line and expanding Gourmet Food selection. We focus on consumers' healthier eating behaviours, and emphasize on higher quality and our golden reputation.

Arva Flour Mills (opens in new window)

The Historic Arva founded in 1819, is the oldest Flour Mill in Canada and perhaps the oldest water powered flour mill in North America. Having been in continuous operation for 204 years, Arva Flour Mills is Canada’s 6th oldest business and perhaps Canada’s oldest agri-food business. In 2022 Arva Flour Mills acquired the 100 year old Red River Cereal Brand.

Association of Seafood Producers (opens in new window)

The Association of Seafood Producers (ASP) is a not-for-profit industry trade association representing seafood producers in Newfoundland and Labrador. ASP works for the betterment of the industry in the areas of public policy, sustainability, and fisheries management.