Quebec businessman Lino Saputo, who with his family built the cheese empire that bears their name, is Quebec’s richest businessman, according to the 2017 edition of Forbes’ World Billionaires List.
‘I got the passion from my grandfather and Quebec too’.
It’s cars versus cows. By ANTONELLA ARTUSO, TORONTO SUN.
Dairy farmers and makers of plant-based dairy alternatives are squaring off over a murky question: Legally, who’s got milk? By JACOB BUNGE.
Warrnambool Cheese and Butter will no longer be listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
CANADA’S Saputo has moved to compulsorily acquire the remaining Warrnambool Cheese and Butter shares. By SIMONE SMITH
Blame Canada. That’s what U.S. farmers say about some of the bubbling gluts weighing on the milk market, and they are eager for President Donald Trump to do something about it. By LYDIA MULVANY AND JEN SKERRITT
Blame Canada. That’s what U.S. farmers say about some of the bubbling gluts weighing on the milk market, and they are eager for President Donald Trump to do something about it. By Lydia Mulvany and Jen Skerritt.
Unthinking and ideological criticism of Canada’s system of supply management — covering regulated marketing in dairy, eggs and poultry and which matches domestic consumption with domestic supply — continues. By BRUCE MUIRHEAD.
Canadian dairy company Saputo Inc on Wednesday bought out Australian firm Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory Co Holdings Ltd’s (WCB) largest minority shareholder, Lion Pty Ltd, all but securing a takeover offer for the 12 percent of WCB that Saputo does not already own.