Ardent Mills Finalizes Deal to Buy Mondelez Canada Mill at Mississauga

Mondelez Canada flour mill at Mississauga, Ont., has been purchased by Ardent Mills, a U.S.-based flour-milling and ingredient company. Mondelez Canada is a part of Mondelez International, and produces cookies, crackers and more.

Mondelez Canada produces hard and soft wheat flour for Canadian bakeries and a number of food manufacturing companies. The details of the transaction were not disclosed.

Ardent Mills also has milling operations in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and Montreal, Quebec as well as a bakery-mix facility in Burlington and an administrative/sales office in Brampton, Ontario.

According to Ardent Mills, the Mississauga mill will “add to its capabilities to serve food manufacturers across Canada.” All 30 staff members of the mill will stay with the company under the new ownership.


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