Royal Agricultural Winter Fair : The Local Connection

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Algoma Highlands Wild Blueberry Farm, located in Wawa Trevor Laing is offering samples of his delicious blueberry barbecue sauce, jam, and syrup to visitors at his booth at the 2014 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. This is Algoma Highland Wild Blueberry Farm’s second year at the FedNor-supported Northern Ontario Agri-food Pavilion at the fair, which runs from November 7-16, 2014. Approximately 320,000 people are expected to attend this year’s event.
Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto which was established in 1922, attracts more than 300,000 visitors each year, providing participants with countless opportunities to establish new business contacts and increase sales. Several vendors from Sault Ste. Marie make their way down to the fair

“The Harper Government is proud to invest in this initiative which will shine a spotlight on Northern Ontario and support the growth and competitiveness of local businesses. Our pavilion at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair will enable Northern Ontario entrepreneurs to bring their products and services to new markets, assisting them to gain exposure and pursue business opportunities.” said  Greg Rickford Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources and Minister for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario

 

Mountain Maple Products Sue Manchur is ringing up sales of maple syrup products at the 2014 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Maple Mountain of St. Joseph Island is one of the many exhibitors in the FedNor-supported Northern Ontario Agri-food Pavilion. This year’s edition of the fair runs November 7-16 and attracts more than 320,000 visitors, providing the Northern Ontario businesses with an opportunity to showcase their products and services, develop new markets, and boost sales.
Mountain Maple Products
Sue Manchur is ringing up sales of maple syrup products at the 2014 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Maple Mountain of St. Joseph Island is one of the many exhibitors in the FedNor-supported Northern Ontario Agri-food Pavilion. This year’s edition of the fair runs November 7-16 and attracts more than 320,000 visitors, providing the Northern Ontario businesses with an opportunity to showcase their products and services, develop new markets, and boost sales.

 

Thomson Strawberry Farm (Sault Ste. Marie) Brad Morley is ‘berry’ excited to introduce his new line of strawberry jams, sauces, syrups and frozen berries at the 2014 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. This year is the first time that Thomson Strawberry Farm has joined other Northern Ontario equine and agri-businesses in the FedNor-supported Northern Ontario Pavilion. This year’s edition of The Royal runs November 7-16 and is expected to draw more than 320,000 visitors.
Thomson Strawberry Farm (Sault Ste. Marie)
Brad Morley is ‘berry’ excited to introduce his new line of strawberry jams, sauces, syrups and frozen berries at the 2014 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. This year is the first time that Thomson Strawberry Farm has joined other Northern Ontario equine and agri-businesses in the FedNor-supported Northern Ontario Pavilion. This year’s edition of The Royal runs November 7-16 and is expected to draw more than 320,000 visitors.

Special thanks to Larry Duval