of PIF’s Envirotrucks at the facility in Nanaimo
Island Foods serves retail,
food service wholesalers, and industrial customers
locally and throughout Canada, and is registered with
CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) for distribution
throughout Canada and the US FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
to allow for distribution into the United States. We
are a privately owned company, established in 1978
in Nanaimo on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Business and manufacturing is conducted from our HACCP and SQF Level III recognized facility located in Nanaimo. The plant is equipped with food production space along with dry and cold storage. The plant utilizes modern processing and packaging equipment and operates a fleet of tractors and refrigerated trailers.
The majority of Paradise Island
Foods' cheese volume is domestic in nature, however
we also sell and distribute a variety of imported and
specialty cheeses. In addition we also manufacture
a variety of processed cheese analogues.
Foods markets under our own label and packages numerous
private label brands for many of our customers. In
total we produce more than 250 different cheese brands
and pack sizes. We also distribute Brand name retail
product lines including yogurt, refrigerated soy beverages,
imported foods, frozen foods, and a wide range of natural & organic
Company Mission Statement
Paradise Island Foods is committed to provide world class cheeses, quality refrigerated and frozen foods, private label products, merchandising support and distribution services:
- With excellence
- Utilizing leading industry Food Safety initiatives
- At competitive prices
- For the mutual success of our
trading partners and distribution customers
Paradise Island Foods is committed to:
- The continuous improvement of productivity and safety in the workplace.
- The development and growth of our employees, through a prosperous business operation necessary to maintain fair wages and benefits, and to provide secure jobs with the opportunity for advancement.
- Working together to ensure to the fullest extent possible, economy of operation, quality of output, a safe workplace, cleanliness of the plant, and protection of property.
- Promote full communication of established policies and procedures.
- Cooperate with established standards of conduct and promote fair and equitable treatment.