By Peter Kornikov and Tom PhelanFox Farm, a farm in eastern Ontario, has bought about $200m worth of livestock, chicken and beef products from Canada and Australia, it has announced.
The farm, which sells products in the UK and Australia including its own chicken and eggs, announced in a press release on Tuesday that it had purchased “over $200,000 worth of products” from Canada in 2016 and in 2019.
Fox Farm said it was the second-largest supplier of beef to Canadian producers after the Canadian Poultry Industry Council.
In 2017, Fox Farm sold over $1.5 million worth of meat to Australian customers.
The farm also sold about $1m worth and processed meat to the United Kingdom.