Grocery Innovations Canada
October 23 - 24, 2017, Toronto
TFO Canada Pavilion at Grocery Innovations Canada
Grocery Innovations Canada is the premier grocery & specialty food show. Participants (exhibitors) are focused on the specialty food categories that are presently in high demand, including health and wellness, gourmet/artisanal, organic and local, this increased focus is pivotal in bringing out a great number of Specialty Retailers. The GIC is the Industry meeting place where grocery retailers look to discover innovative products and services to collaborate with exhibitors to explore and build relationships.
Due to this knowledge TFO Canada along with its trade promotion partners PROCOLOMBIA, PROCHILE, PROMEXICO and PROMPERU, has organized an exporter mission of twenty (20) companies from Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru exhibiting fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables, condiments, oils and nuts, and superfoods.
TFO Canada invites buyers to meet face-to-face with these suppliers by making B2B appointments today for meetings during the GIC and closing deals with one or more of the following suppliers:
|Exportadora de Citricos y otros productos del estado Veracruz||Limes||Veracruz|
|Comercializadora Mexicana enlace De Vida||Tomatoes - Roma variety, -Habanero peppers, jaguar and Coba varieties, Mangoes (Ataulfo and Tommy varieties), Malanga||Oaxaca|
|Agroproductos Ecologicos de Mexico||Organic sesame oil||Oaxaca|
|Fruticola Bragem SRL||Avocados (organic and conventional)||Michoacan|
|Centro Agroecologico del Café (CAFECOL)||Organic coffee (green and roasted)||Veracruz|
|Sabor Peruano de Exportation S.A.C.||Dried oregano (conventional and light)||Tacna|
|Agronegocio guzbat fortaleza s.a.c||Dried and fresh organic ginger and tumeric||Junin|
|Cooperativa Agropecuaria de Servicios Valle del Cunas Ltda||Maca/Chocolate powders for energy drinks such as smoothies||Junin|
|Nativos Chocolates Amazónicos||Organic and conventional chocolate||San Martin|
|Cooperativa Agraria Cafetalera y de Servicios Oro||Organic coffee, green and roasted, Organic and conventional cocoa grains, nibs, bars and blocks||San Martin|
|Aromassence Group||Herbs: marjoram, lettuce (kale, batavia, salanova), tarragon, chives, thyme, rosemary, oregano, dill, mint, spearmint||Antioquia|
|Segalco Alimentos||Quinoa and quinoa/yucca snack foods, Quinoa-based baby foods||Cauca|
|Girones||Organic and conventional chocolate||Santander|
|Mariana Cocoa||Organic and conventional Chocolate, Organic and conventional cocoa grains, nibs, bars and blocks||Santander|
|Sabana Produce||Yams , Bijao leaves (ecofriendly substitute for banana leaf tamales wrapper)||Sucre|
|Rila Chile||Condiments, pastes, spreads, soup concentrates, sauces and chutneys (Chile)||Arica|
|Compania Chilena de la Fruta||Kiwis/Apples||Maule|
|Procesos Naturales Vilkun||Maquiberry (super food), blueberry, raspberry and strawberry in: powder, infused, IQF and Quick Frozen Dried (QFD). All available in conventional, organic and traditional||Araucania|
|Exportadora Nueces del Choapa||Walnuts||Coquimbo|
|Cooperativa Agronuez Choapa||Walnuts||Coquimbo|
Contact Alma Farias email@example.com or via telephone 416 458-6852 to make your B2B appointment with processed fruits and vegetables suppliers.
Contact Edgar Escurdero firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone 438 501-0236 to make your B2B appointment with fresh fruits and vegetables suppliers.
Contact Marysabel Gonzalez email@example.com for general enquires on the exporter mission.
For GIC 2017 Exhibitor info contact Rolster Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org