Cavendish Farms getting major storage upgrades
The Island's major potato processor is in the middle of some major upgrades at its New Annan, P.E.I. facility.
Cavendish Farms is constructing two new buildings to store its potatoes.
According to Jubs Bristow, the vice-president of agriculture with Cavendish Farms, the new buildings will be able to hold 48 million pounds of potatoes. | READ MORE
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