In 1977, Erie Meats was a 15,000 square-foot
primary processing plant in Toronto’s
meat packing district.
Today, we’re one of Canada’s largest meat processors. We have a
hotdog line the length of two football fields, an R&D kitchen
that’s larger than the entire cooking facility at some
processors, and warehouses across the country.
Our diverse capabilities include deli meats,
sous vide and breaded and battered.
We’re 40-times bigger than we were 40 years ago.
We may be big, but we’re entrepreneurs at heart.
Operations launched at our Roselawn facility
Opened our Wharton Way facility and started offering beef and chicken Secondary Processing.
First deli plant purchased
Purchased and opened turkey plant, dry goods warehouse and Lenworth distribution center
Acquisition of the former soup facility,
350,000 sq. ft., doubling our capacity
Immediate investment in facility and
community to rejuvenate and retool
First hot dog produced in the largest production line in Canada, destined for global export
Acquisition and renovation of Further Processing Facility in Listowel, Ontario
Many North Perth families will benefit from the new plant and that's
what our five-year plan is all about - creating opportunities in our
province and opening up global markets.
-DALTON MCGUINTY, PREMIER OF ONTARIO
Complete internal rebuild of
+40,000 sq. ft. for grind operations
Purchased Calgary Distribution
New 100,000 sq.ft. processing line
for battered and breaded products,
capable of producing 10,000+ lbs/hr
Relocation of the deli operations from
a 5,000 sq. ft. building to over 75,000 sq. ft.
within the Listowel operations
Purchase of European Quality Meats
Completion of a “fully cooked room” and
the addition of two new cookhouses
Added Sous Vide production line in Listowel facility