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Canada: Manitoba Pork Council congratulates Maple Leaf Foods

Manitoba Pork Council congratulates Maple Leaf Foods on its announcement to invest $85 million to upgrade their St. Boniface plant to increase its capacity to produce high-quality hams and bacon products for worldwide markets.
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