Affinor Growers Completes 45-Acre Land and Facilities Acquisition in Quebec to Produce Strawberries

An offer has been accepted on the 45 acres of prime land south of Montreal and Affinor Growers plans to build a state-of-the-art, strawberry-growing facility in St-Chrysostome, Quebec.

Sebastien Plouffe, president and CEO, comments: “This acquisition is strategically perfect for our distribution plans because it’s located about 30 minutes from Montreal and only few kilometers from the New-York State Border. We’re proud to be able to build the facitliy in the Province of Quebec renowned for it’s agriculture experts and know-how. The Quebec provincial government has incentives for investment into agriculture and job creation, and the Affinor Growers team is excited to explore ways to best collaborate and expand into such a unique culture in Canada. We will be very proactive to begin construction of this facility to satisfy our future clients.”

Update on Affinor Growers:

After completion of due diligence, the Affinor Growers board of directors have decided not to proceed with the LOI signed and announced on June 9, 2014. Fab-All will still continue to build parts for the Vertical Design equipment as Fab-All produces excellent, high quality products.

Affinor Growers will also not complete the land acquistion in Saskatchewan and will instead concentrate it’s effort on building a facility in St-Chrysostome, Quebec and to complete the acquisition of the Vancouver rooftop garden.

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