Bonté Foods is one of Atlantic Canada’s fastest growing and most diversified food manufacturing facilities.
In 2013 it will be the largest deli meat processing company in Atlantic Canada.
Bontes brands include the popular CHRIS BROTHERS line of fine deli meats.
From our early beginnings in 1977 when Bonté Foods produced primarily donair meat, gyros meat, pita bread and pizza sauces, we have grown, through several expansions to a 66,000 sq. ft. federally inspected, HAACP certified manufacturing facility with four thriving divisions producing over 300 food products.
In 2012 Bonte successfully won accreditation for BRC, the world recognized standard in food safety.
Bonte was also recognized in November of 2012 by Atlantic Progress Magazine as one Atlantic Canada's fastest growing companies.
Bonté Foods Limited began operating in 1977 under the name Greco Donair Foods Limited. Its main purpose was supplying the growing number of Greco Donair restaurants with donair and pizza products. As donair products became more popular, Greco Donair Foods began to produce & sell these products across Atlantic Canada.
Bonté Foods Limited now sells its products from coast to coast. The product list has grown to include donair meat products, pepperoni pita bread, bagels, donair & pizza sauces as well as other products, made right here in our federally inspected Dieppe, New Brunswick plant.
Bonté products of some form can be found in most retail grocery chains in Canada. Their recently launched line of all natural- no preservatives Natures Deli meats can be found in every grocery store in Atlantic Canada.
Having recently undergone our fourth expansion, Bonté Foods employs 140 people.
Bonté Foods Limited is presently working on new and exciting products to meet the needs of a rapidly changing market place. We have earned our reputation by supplying quality products to the consumer, and continue our ongoing commitment to our valued customers.
Bonté is a leading producer of products for both the foodservice and grocer-retail industries as well as the institutional market.
Exterior of modern day Bonté Manufacturing Plant.