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Island Abbey Foods Ltd CEO John Rowe Has Been Awarded the 2013 Food Industry Leadership Award by Food in Canada Magazine
Date:2/22/2013

linkClick(this.href)">Global SIAL d’Or (Gold Medal), which recognized the Honibe Honey Drop as “The Best New Food Product in the World”. Using the same proprietary technology as the award winning Honey Drop, the Honibe product line has since expanded to include Honey Delights® candies and suckers / lollipops, Honey Sprinkles™ for cooking and baking, and Honey Lozenges™ for coughs and colds. Honibe was subsequently honoured with the “Canada Brand Business Award” at SIAL Toronto in 2011. Honibe was also featured on one of Canada’s most popular television shows,CBC’s Dragons’ Den, where entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to savvy business investors. The Dragons smelled money in the honey pot as Honibe was offered one of the largest deals in the shows history. In August 2012, the Canadian Space Agency selected the Honibe Honey Drop as one of its ‘Snacks For Space’ and the Honey Drop went to the International Space Station with Canadian Commander Chris Hadfield’s December 2012 mission. Most recently, Island Abbey Foods was named one of Progress Magazines Fastest Growing Companies in 2012.

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With over 72 years of experience Food In Canada is recognized as the voice of the food and beverage processing industry in Canada. There relationship with industry leaders across all sectors of the market enables Food In Canada to be the industry authority on all aspects of food and beverage manufacturing taking their readers from gate to plate, with an expert editorial team that delivers comprehensive and insightful analysis of key industry concerns including: Regulatory Affairs & Nutritional Labelling, Food Law, HACCP, Workplace Health & Safety, Packaging & Processing Technology, Logistics & Transportation, Ingredient Technology, Consumer Trends, New
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