FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Answers to the most common questions.

  • I would like to order produce from Canadawide. What do I need to do?

    Simply fill out our form and a representative will contact you promptly. You can also come to our sales room, which is open Monday to Friday from 2 am to noon, and Saturday from 4 am to 11 am.

  • Can the general public buy produce directly from Canadawide, either
    by telephone or in person?

    Canadawide is a produce wholesaler, so we mainly serve retailers, major grocery chains and food processing companies. Our clients can place their orders with us by telephone, or in person by coming to our sales room located at the junction of the Métropolitaine Expressway and Autoroute 15.

  • How can I check the availability of a particular fruit or vegetable?

    The availability of fruits and vegetables varies based on supply and time of year. The representative responsible for your account will be able to advise you.

  • If I have a Canadawide account, can I place an order by telephone?

    Yes, just give your order to your representative.

  • How can I find out the price of an item?

    Simply contact one of our representatives

  • Do you offer delivery service? If so, is there a minimum amount per order?

    Canadawide offers delivery service in Quebec, Ontario and the Maritimes. Contact your representative for more information, including the minimum amount required for delivery.

  • In which regions is your delivery service available?

    Canadawide’s delivery service covers Quebec, Ontario and the Maritimes.

  • How long does delivery take?

    Orders for the Greater Montreal and surrounding areas are delivered the same day, in some cases the same morning. Our large fleet of refrigerated trucks enables us to quickly deliver our produce throughout Québec, Ontario and
    the Maritimes.

  • What are your business hours?

    Our sales room is open Monday to Friday from 2 am to noon, and Saturday from 4 am to 11 am. What’s more, Canadawide operates 24/7.

  • What do you do with produce that doesn’t meet your quality standards or is
    no longer good?

    Blemished produce that is otherwise very good quality is placed in a separate section where it can be purchased at a discount. Produce deemed unsuitable for consumption is sent to be composted.

1370 De Beauharnois West, Suite 200
Montreal Quebec  H4N 1J5

514 382-3232