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Etobicoke, ON, Canada    
(416) 233-2181
Description:   Jack Robertson, formerly Vice President of a national distributor of products for the food serving and hospitality industry, incorporated Jack Robertson Sales Ltd. in 1976 and esta...
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Moncton, NB, Canada    
(506) 858-8990 or 1-800-565-BAKE (2253)
Description:   It is the view of our management and staff that success in your venture means success in ours.
We deal with hundreds of bakeries from the smallest to the largest.

Every...
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Mississauga, ON, Canada    
(905) 842-2433 or 1-800-352-2433
Description:   In kitchens around the world, Chef Revival is known for its innovative line of chef apparel and products.

From the White House to the Ritz-Carlton, flying high on Air Force...
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Concord, ON, Canada    
(905) 761-7220 or 1-800-640-CHEF
Description:   Chef Works has been manufacturing and distributing chef uniforms and aprons, internationally for over thirty-five years.

Over this period, our company has built up a strong...
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Windsor, ON, Canada    
(519) 250-0366
Description:   SIKA comfort clogs are made for people who spend 8 to 16 hours a day on their feet and are ideal for the hospitality industry. Many styles, including both slip ons and lace ups to ...
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