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Food Processing

Food processing is a major industry in Canada, with industry leading-technology and top-quality products. With rigorous health and safety regulations, Canadian food products are known for their high quality. As a food processing business in this robust sector, you need to make sure that you have the right insurance solutions in place so that you can keep your operations running smoothly. 

Why you should choose our insurance brokerage for your operations
Commercial General Liability Insurance

One of the most comprehensive liability coverages that covers legal costs and damages in the event that you are sued in relation to your food processing operations.

Commercial Property Insurance

Coverage against loss or damage for your production facility, building, or office, furniture, equipment and inventory.

Commercial Auto Insurance

Auto insurance for vehicles that you use for your operations – it’s similar to a personal auto policy that provides coverage for business use.

Cyber Liability Insurance – optional coverage to cover costs of managing a data breach, legal liability and financial loss

As more businesses go online to manage operations and reach customers, the risks of cybercrime increase and can be costly to repair. 

Key Coverage

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Common Claims

Food processing facilities face a variety of risks that can lead to insurance claims. Some of the most common insurance claims in the food processing industry include:

Slip and Fall

A vendor visited your production facility and sustained injuries after a slip and fall incident and sues the business for bodily injury.

Property Insurance

A factory catches fire and damaged heavy equipment and machinery as well as computers and printers.

Product Liability

During the course of production, an ingredient was accidentally included in a product that resulted in a recall.

Auto

A delivery van collided with another vehicle on the way to deliver products to a customer.

Cyber Liability

A manufacturer experienced a cyberattack where production went offline for several days, requiring IT and many other specialist services to get the business back online.