Press & Awards
Oakville Award for Business Excellence 2009
L To R Denise Glazier, Mermaid and Oyster; Nadine Hughes, The Cook's Companion; Barry Wylie, OABE Chamber Member; Carol and Damian Goriup, Florence Meats.
On April 8th, 2010, the Oakville Awards for Business Excellence were held at the Oakville Conference & Banquet Centre, Oakville, ON. Florence Meats was a finalist in the category of Oakville's Small Company of the Year 2009.
Florence Meats Participates in Farmer's Market,
Queen's Park, Toronto 2009
Image 1 - L to R Carol Goriup, Florence Meats; Rino Amone, Bona Foods; Premier Dalton McGuinty; Tony Facciolo, OIMP, President; Laurie Nicol, OIMP Executive Director.
Image 2 - L to R Tony Facciolo, OIMP President, Leona Dombrowsky, Ontario Minister of Agriculture and Food and Rural Affairs; Carol Goriup, Florence Meats
"OIMP had the privilege of participating at the Farmer's Market held at Queen's Park on June 16, 2009 showcasing the bounty of Ontario. Over 400 people including Premier Dalton McGuinty and Leona Dombrowsky, Ontario Minister of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs sampled Ontario Finest Award Winning products provided by Bona Foods, Florence Meats, and Stemmler Meats and Cheese. (OIMP Newsletter July/August 2009).
Oakville Award for Business Excellence 2008
On April 2nd, 2009, the Oakville Awards for Business Excellence were held at the Oakville Conference & Banquet Centre, Oakville, ON. Florence Meats was a finalist in the category of Oakville's Small Company of the Year 2008.
2009 Ontario's Finest Meat Competition Winners
||Florence Meats takes home three awards!
2009 Platinum Award
Premium Dry Cured Category - PROCIUTTO
2009 Gold Award
Fermented Category - SALAMI CASALINGO
2009 Silver Award
Smoked Sausage Category - KRANSKA
||L to R Josip Janjic, Carol Goriup, Damian Goriup. To read the entire press release, click here
OIMP People's Choice Award 2006 - Pepperoni
Oakville Award for Business Excellence
Florence Meats was a finalist in the category of Excellent Business Service
to the Community of Oakville, 1999.
Read the article entiteld "Deconstructing a Sausage"
by Jennifer Bain of the Toronto Star