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Red Sun again a ‘Best Managed’ company

March 10, 2015  By Dave Harrison

March 15, 2015, Toronto – Red Sun Farms is again on the rise.

It has once again triumphed over hundreds of other applicants to win one of the 2014 Canada’s Best Managed Companies awards.

Sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Queen’s School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums, the Best Managed award recognizes Canadian owned and managed companies with revenues over $10 million for sustained growth, financial performance, management practices and the efforts of the entire organization.


“I would like to congratulate Red Sun and its entire workforce. Achieving this standard of excellence takes a united effort from a dedicated team,” said Peter Brown, national co-leader of Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program and senior practice partner with Deloitte.

Established in 1993, the Canada’s Best Managed Companies is a national awards program, recognizing Canadian companies that have implemented world-class business practices and created value in innovative ways.

Applications are reviewed by an independent judging panel that evaluates how companies address various business challenges, including new technologies, globalization, brand management, leadership, leveraging and developing core competencies, designing information systems, and hiring the right talent to facilitate growth.

“We are extremely proud and humbled to be recognized for this prestigious award, once again,” said Jim DiMenna, president and CEO of Red Sun Farms.

“This achievement marks our third year of success in management excellence. We look forward to celebrating with our teams in Canada and our global teams in the U.S. and Mexico.”

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Red Sun Farms offers consumers a 12-month supply of freshness and quality straight from the greenhouse. Red Sun Farms is the first and only Canadian and Mexican owned greenhouse company in North America. The company offers a full range of greenhouse-grown vegetables grown in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.

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