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AFPA in Action Magazine
Learn more about advertising in the upcoming issue of AFPA in ACTION, due out this fall. There are numerous ad shapes, sizes and price-points to fit any budget and style! For further information, contact Neil Gottfred, Sales Manager at Matrix Group Publishing Inc. Call (866) 999-1299 or email email@example.com
|Smokehouse Production Supervisor (food processing) (NOC 9213)|
Posted on Monday, February 8, 2016
|Head Butcher (retail and wholesale) (NOC 6251) (2011 NOC 6331)|
Posted on Monday, February 8, 2016
|Honey Bunny in Guy, AB is seeking Plant Manger and QA|
Posted on Friday, February 5, 2016
A)Plant Manager duties include:
Background in Honey would be an asset but not a requisite Must be able to plan/schedule production dates Have a background in food safety and HACCP Mechanically Inclined Can implement systems ( 3rd party audit criteria) Team Leader that can work alongside current staff Must be willing to relocate in the Peace River/ Smoky River region
B) QA individual:
Must have experience/background in Food Can help create and implement a HACCP/Organic Plan Establish a coding/lot #ing system for the Organic beehives Work closely with Plant manager ( 3rd party audit criteria) Maintain all records and SOP manuals Must be willing to relocate to the Peace River/Smoky River region
Salaries/wages are negotiable depending on experience
Interested parties send resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Distribution and plant capacity Edmonton - All Asian Fresh|
Posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2015
All Asian Fresh does fresh food prep for food service and retail. They would like to offer their prep and processing capabilities to companies needing fresh food prep. They also have capacity for fresh food refrigerated distribution in the urban centres in Alberta.
There are many ways to meet the needs of our community. Very often, delicious and convenient food is often the first thing on the list. [AAF] adds its own products to store shelves daily. Our services extend beyond our own lines of fresh products though. Sowere letting you in on a secretwe partner with vendors with a passion for food and business. Our team can help streamline your preparation, refrigeration and distribution. In taking away the expense, overhead, and stress of fulfillment, you can focus on quality, creativity, and growth.
Food preparation is artful, and fulfilling, but its also best when its ruthlessly efficient. Our experience yields economies of effort and time. We can likely improve the prep of your product and ensure allergen-free products. Efficiency can free up time, and revenue, and open up new opportunities. This is just the start!
We have created a system thats an open socketyou just plug into it. You are given support in areas where vendors can have challenges. Refrigerated delivery is one of those challenges. You need assurances that your superb food stays that wayfresh, and tasty. We can ensure your product is its own best advertisement. Talk to us about our areas of serviceyoull find it extensive.
There is so much potential in our communities and in our systems are set up for partnershipsso lets get busy! We invite you to find out more. From packaging to design and labellingeverything you need to bootstrap your enterprise or take an existing brand to the next level.
Contact Malik Z. Talib email@example.com
|Butcher (retail or wholesale) (NOC 6251) (2011 NOC code 6331) Capital Packers Inc |
Posted on Tuesday, December 1, 2015
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Posted on Friday, November 5, 2004
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