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Canadian Grocer unveils winners of 2022 Impact Awards

Forty businesses were feted for the Impact Awards’ second year
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If doing good is good for business, then things look rosy for Canada’s grocery industry. In actions big and small, grocers and CPG companies across the country are making things better for their employees, their communities and the planet. To shine a light on these efforts, last year we launched the Canadian Grocer Impact Awards

Read on to see how this year’s 40 winners are making a positive impact in the areas of sustainability; supporting employees; diversity, equity & inclusion; and community service.

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  • Appalaches Nature/Maple Joe Canada
  • Bolton Group - Rio Mare
  • Cha's Organics
  • Equifruit
  • Food, Health & Consumer Products of Canada
  • Georgia Main Food Group
  • Growcer/New Horizon Co-op
  • McCormick & Company
  • Metro
  • Mondelez International
  • Nada
  • Piller's Fine Foods
  • Sobeys
  • SPUD
  • Stong's Market
  • Unilever Canada

Find out more about this year’s winners in sustainability.


  • Bimbo Canada
  • Calgary Co-op
  • Danone Canada
  • Kootenay Co-op

Find out more about this year’s winners in supporting employees.


  • Jamieson Wellness
  • Kudrinko's
  • Longo's
  • Muskoka Brewery
  • P&G Canada
  • Sobeys

Find out more about this year’s winners in DE&I.


  • Atlantic Grocery Distributors Ltd
  • Burnbrae Farms
  • Calgary Co-op
  • Kruger Products
  • Lactalis Canada
  • Metro Ontario
  • Nature's Emporium
  • Nature's Path Foods
  • P&G Canada
  • Pattison Food Group
  • Peak of the Market
  • Rabba Fine Foods
  • Sobeys
  • SPUD

Find out more about this year’s winners in community service.

Canadian Grocer’s Impact Awards will be returning in 2023. Look out for our call for nominations in the New Year. 

Winners of the 2022 Impact Awards were first featured in Canadian Grocer’s August issue.

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