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Industry NewsFeds spending $2M on new food business incubator in Borden-Carleton

Feds spending $2M on new food business incubator in Borden-Carleton

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Ottawa is spending $2 million on the development of a new food industry incubator that’s in the works in Borden-Carleton, P.E.I., as reported by CBC News.

The federal government announced Friday it will help fund Food Works, a facility being developed by the Central Development Corporation with backing from the Food Island Partnership.

The project will turn an existing building in the community into a Canadian Food Inspection Agency-certified food processing facility that can house multiple tenants.

Ottawa is also providing $700K to help diversify the market for P.E.I. potatoes, read the full story here.

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