Azuma Foods Canada Co., Ltd.
Manufacturer of marine product processing and agricultural processing. Wholesaler.
3620A Laird Road, Unit 1-3, Mississauga, ON, L5L 6A8
TEL: (905)-569-8253 / FAX: (905)-569-8254
Azuma Shoten is founded by Mr. Toshinobu Azuma in Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture, Japan.
International trading operations began (Import/Export).
Azuma Shoten was incorporated and became Azuma Foods Co., Ltd. (Japan).
Azuma Foods International Inc., USA (AFI) was established in Mill Valley, CA, USA.
Azuma Foods Co., Ltd. (Japan) celebrated its 35th anniversary.
Japanese production was relocated to Komono-Cho, Mie prefecture, Japan.
Azuma Foods (Canada) Co., Ltd. (AFCC) was established in Richmond, B.C., Canada.
AFCC acquired approval by Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for EU exporting.
AFCC started manufacturing operations in Richmond, B.C., Canada.
AFCC became an associate member of British Columbia Chefs’ Association.
AFI moved to the new facility in Hayward, CA, USA.
Azuma Foods (China) Co., Ltd. constructed a new manufacturing plant in Suzhou, China as Azuma Foods (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.
AFCC became a member of The Japan-Canada Chamber of Commerce.
Azuma Foods International U.S.A. opened Tokyo Branch in Tokyo, Japan.
Azuma Trading Co., Ltd. was established in Tokyo, Japan.
Azuma Foods (Canada) Co., Ltd. celebrated its 10th anniversary.
Azuma Foods UK Ltd. was established in London, United Kingdom.
Azuma Foods (Canada) Co., Ltd. opened Canadian East Coast Branch in Toronto, ON, Canada.
Azuma Foods (Canada) Co., Ltd. – Toronto “Sales Branch” relocated to expand as a Toronto “Distribution Center” in Mississauga, ON, Canada.
Azuma Foods Kampo Perú S.A.C. was established in Lima, Perú.
Azuma Foods (Canada) Co., Ltd. launched e-commerce online store Azumatei, for home deliveries in Greater Toronto Area, ON, Canada.
2007 NASFT Product Awards (presently, the sofi Awards) NASFT = The National Association for the Specialty Food Trade OUTSTANDING PASTA, RICE OR GRAIN product GOLD WINNER AFCC Product “Soy Bean and Wild Rice Salad” (presently, “Wild soy salad”)