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«<|endoftext|>Montreal, Quebec, February 19, 2008 - When it comes to minimily processed foods (MPRFB "Q", 2008), a multinational food company - General Mills - claims that for over 30 years the Canadian food system has grown not "enough to keep up" with the high-concentration of processed food and "food deserts" that it presents. In order to address the MPRFB's comments, Reb Munro, General Mills' Vice President of Food Globalization, made the following comments: "The Canadian food desert problem is not an established fact. Since 1959, Montreal, Quebec has not lost one food sector job while gaining 3,900,000 jobs - more than the entire United States (3MI²). Based on our own experience in China, we're confident that if our food was working in RMB (approximately 140 cents per kg) we could have 30,000 stores with an economic impact of $3 billion in addition to the food that is eaten by our clients.
It is conclusively true that Quebec's food system has grown up not enough and to ensure our expansion in the country's capital, we need to invest in our food systems. Existing joint ventures in energy, natural resources and agriculture reduce the risk of needing to convert our food system into more sustainable and B2B operations, whereby the food furnaces are out of service.
Neither of our major players - Sobeys or Normand and our parent company, Mondelez International Inc., have committed to delivering on their purchase commitments in North America, so we'll continue a visible role supporting local restaurants, creating new job ventures, and generating income for customers."
Global Environment Motors & Food Services (GEIC) is responsible for the food supply and service is turned over to Canadian businesses. This Canadian fleet provides service to restaurants. In 2008, GEIC engaged R.W. Nov's (Wardle Wood Harvesting Co., Nova Scotia) Canadian food service and manufacturing company Noveduce Canada Ltd. to supply some of GEIC's groceries, back to GEIC's major Canadian cities. GEIC's food flash sale partner positioned GEIC as "a leader in sustainable food and U.S. upscale food shopping." Noveduce Canada provided GEIC with fresh corn, spinach, broccoli, and peas. GEIC reports that 112 and 36 establishments were established in franchises in recent months. GEIC says it has successfully completed site works but does not deliver on its previously announced commitment [-to grow food over 500,000 km]( with objectives of covering 50,000 hectares by the end of 2011. Noveduce Canada is GEIC's largest food retailer till date and serves over one million customers a month. GEIC's macro farm operation, Canada's largest private food production operation, operates 25 CornFuture farms , 144 Canadian Cheese farms and 16 environmental consulting sites. On the Canadian ag endorsement horizon, GEIC is working with six key corporations - Subway; Peter's Beech, Inc.; Sobeys: Red Foods Canada, Corktown;