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Etobicoke, ON, Canada    
(416) 744-2120
Description:   Alpine Sanitation & Supplies Ltd. is a privately owned Canadian company that was founded in 1989 with the premise of providing a service-based approach to the institutional warewas...
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Ottawa, ON, Canada    
(613) 731-3275 ext 233
Description:   Belfor is Canada's largest distributor of Bohemian glass & crystal stemware and fancies.

"Simax" heat resistant cookware, Bohemian glass Christmas ornaments and the exclusi...
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Boucherville, QC, Canada    
(450) 641-8700 or 1-888-956-6866
Description:   Eurodib is specialized in the distribution of European Foodservice Equipment. We offer a wide variety of products such as: pots and pans, food cutters and slicers, small wares, ...
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Markham, ON, Canada    
(514) 820-3506 or (905) 470-0646 or 1-800-376-2204
Description:   Fortessa, Inc. is an integrated designer, developer, and marketer of tabletop goods and accessories.

Brands and products under the Fortessa® banner include Fortaluxe® Di...
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Kingston, ON, Canada    
(613) 542-1255 ext 26 or 1-888-275-5546
Description:   Hendrix Hotel & Restaurant Equipment is a broad-line Food Service Equipment and Smallwares dealer operating from 4 Ontario locations – Brockville, Kingston, Ottawa and Peterborou...
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Boisbriand, QC, Canada    
(450) 433-5955 or 1-800-465-4569
Description:   For more than 15 years, Magic Light inc. has been the main supplier for a variety of party items ranging from glow products to small toys.
We also carry a wide selection of in...
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