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Mushroom growers’ partnership means faster supply of fresh

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Loveday Mushroom Farms in Winnipeg, Man., has joined South Mill Champs, one of North America’s largest growers and suppliers of fresh mushrooms and mushroom products.

The partnership means grocers will have quicker access to fresh mushroom, within 48 hours.

“Partnering with Loveday makes sense on all levels,” said Lewis Macleod, President and CEO of South Mill Champs. “We’re culturally aligned, operating with similar high integrity and focus on providing customers with a high level of quality and service, and employees with a great place to work. The geographic location of Loveday is complementary to our bi-coastal operations and will further enhance our fresh supply chain in the Midwest region of Canada and the United States.”

Loveday Mushroom Farms is a composter and mushroom grower based out of Winnipeg serving Canadian retail and food service customers from Alberta to Northwest Ontario.

South Mill Champs is a vertically integrated, compost producer, grower and supplier of North American grown fresh mushrooms and functional mushroom snacks headquartered out of Kennett Square, Pa.

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