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Thunder Bay Area Potato Farm Receives Provincial Funds to Expand

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As part of the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation, B & B Farms Thunder Bay in Rosslyn, Ont. has received money for upgrades, the provincial government says in an Oct. 25 news release.

B & B Farms Thunder Bay has received $171,149 to increase its potato production capacity by purchasing equipment and expanding its facility, the release notes.

This is part of more than $2.2 million which was given out to 13 agriculture, aquaculture and food processing sector businesses and Biigtigong Nishnaabeg First Nation in the Thunder Bay region. The funding is given through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation.

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