Bimbo Canada Wins Canadian Public Relations Society’s Award of Excellence for Oroweat Organic’s partnership with Dalina restaurant
October 5, 2021 (Toronto, ON) - Bimbo Canada is pleased to announce that Oroweat® Organic has won bronze in the new product or service launch award in the Canadian Public Relations Society’s 2021 Awards of Excellence.
Oroweat Organic partnered with Dalina restaurant to create sandwiches which only included ingredients produced within 50 miles of Vancouver.
The winners of the Awards of Excellence were announced at the 2021 CPRS National Awards Ceremony during the annual event, which celebrates the best work in Canadian public relations and communications.
Every Oroweat® Organic product has simple and real ingredients, and the company is committed to eliminating artificial preservatives, colors and flavors from its products, and reducing its carbon footprint by baking with renewable wind energy, because they believe better choices lead to a healthy, happy life and a rich, vibrant world. For information, visit our website at https://www.oroweat.com/.
About Bimbo Canada
Bimbo Canada is Canada's largest bakery, operating for more than 100 years. It is a leading producer and distributor of fresh packaged breads and snacks with more than 1,000 products across 18 brands Canadians know and love, like Dempster's®, Stonemill®, Villaggio®, Vachon® and Takis®. We are proud to feed Canadian families with safe, high-quality products they can trust made by Canadians, for Canadians at 16 bakeries, 15 distribution centres and 191 depots across the country.
Bimbo Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of Grupo Bimbo, the world's largest baking company. Together, they are nourishing a better world with delicious baked goods and snacks by building a sustainable, highly productive and deeply humane company. The company is dedicated to building a diverse workplace that promotes equity and belonging, where all employees can develop and contribute to the transformation of the company, the baking industry and our communities.