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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.

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Mississauga, ON, Canada    
(905) 567-5200 or 1-866-77CELCO (23526)
Description:   Celco The Best Provider of Food Service Equipment from Coast-to-Coast.
Celco is a leading Canada-wide distributor of commercial food service equipment.
Celco's products off...
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Saint-Come-Liniere, QC, Canada    
(418) 685-3431
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Mississauga, ON, Canada    
(905) 897-2333 or 1-888-402-1242
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Markham, ON, Canada    
(905) 415-1607 or 1-800-463-8476 or (905) 415-1521
Description:   The Greencool Group is the top leading consolidated group of diversified manufacturing and engineering companies in China.

Ever since its foundation in the late 1980’s, ...
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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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