Pictured above left to right; Mike Gosselin – Senior Maintenance Manager, Mike Whittaker – President, Nicole Churchill – Vice President of Food Safety, and Barbara Ann O’Brien – Executive Vice President.
Dieppe based Bonté Foods, processor of gluten free Chris Brothers luncheon meats has been chosen as one of Deloitte’s Canada’s Best Managed Companies. The designation was officially awarded to Trucorp Investments Limited, Bonté’s parent company last week.
Pictured above left to right; Barbara Ann O’Brien – Chris Brothers, Nay Saade – United Way, Greg Fennell – Ray of Hope Soup Kitchen, David Small – Ray of Hope Soup Kitchen, Nicole Churchill – Chris Brothers, and Debbie McInnis – United Way.
Dieppe based Chris Brothers/Bonté Foods announced they are committing a $50,000 donation to the Ray of Hope Soup Kitchen as well as other support initiatives. The commitment will be a $10,000 annual donation over five years.
The Dieppe based Chris Brothers/Bonté Foods has announced it is launching 7 new deli meats to Atlantic retailers. “This is a major advancement in our product line” says President Michael Whittaker. The new products are primarily shaved deli meats. This is the company’s first launch of a shaved deli meat. Read more
Bonté Foods of Dieppe was the big winner at the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards Thursday night.
Bonté Foods, which produces over 300 food products, received the Excellence in Business (Large Enterprise) and the new People’s Choice Award. There were 38 nominees in the running for the People’s Choice award and over 10,000 votes received. Read more
New Brunswick Export Awards honour sector leaders. New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant and US Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman were among the distinguished guests at this year’s New Brunswick Export Awards in June. With a record number of submissions, a total of 30 outstanding companies in the province were nominated. Read more