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Like maple syrup, FURLANI® is home grown. We’ve been around for almost 40 years. Our mission is to continue nourishing our communities by using local suppliers and delighting families across North America.  We have an amazing team of passionate bakers at our state-of the-art baking facility in Mississauga, Ontario. They pride themselves on making garlic bread products that bring excitement and anticipation to any meal. There’s nothing better than savouring time together with garlic bread, at family mealtimes. Check out FURLANI® products in the bakery or frozen section of your local grocery store and take dinner and lunch to a whole new level. We operate in a socially and environmentally responsible manner in the interest of its employees, customers, suppliers, and community. FURLANI® develops and complies with sound manufacturing practices to ensure food safety for everyone.  On the world stage we are recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and hold level 3 certification from the Safe Quality Food Institute, which calls this a “rigorous farm-to-fork food safety and quality certification”.

Other areas that are important to us are the prevention of pollution and continual improvement with respect to recycling, reuse, and recovery of resources. We have also been part of the Ontario Food Protection Association since 2011 and we participate in the provincial government’s Toxics Reduction program.  Our team continuously looks for ways to improve its capabilities through maintenance techniques and strives for excellence at all times. We provide our employees with a safe working environment by operating with high  safety standards. FURLANI® supports communities with food donations to local charities and causes and just in the past year, we have participated in many programs to bring smiles to healthcare workers and their families. We are proud to be a part of the “Ontario Made” program, which is a celebration of Ontario Manufacturing led by Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters. Learn more here.