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Why you should work at Maple Leaf Foods



Maple Leaf Foods takes great pride in making great tasting high quality food in the most efficient way possible every day. From designing world class production facilities, to maintaining the highest standards of food quality, safety, and efficiency, the people who work in our manufacturing operations work cross-functionally with other departments and plants, and benefit from a very wide variety of developmental opportunities. Personal growth is part of our DNA here, and we are proud to provide an environment where everyone has the opportunity to learn, and reach new levels of excellence.

Developing a career in manufacturing at Maple Leaf means exposure to Health and Safety, Food safety, Quality Assurance, Production, Sanitation, Maintenance, and Engineering. Our employees benefit from leading technology, standardized processes, and the mentorship of experienced leaders; who themselves are passionate about transferring their knowledge, and helping people learn and grow. Cross functional training is key in your development and career progression. If you are looking to propel your career in a company that believes in innovation, quality, and safety, then joining our team is the right move for you!

Get ready for your future in food!

Over the next several months, Food and Beverage Ontario will be providing free career mentorship and virtual career fairs through our partners, FoodGrads and Food Processing Skills Canada. Tell us you’re interested by filling in the form.

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