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Prince Edward County: Dick Prinzen, Prinzen Farms

Agribusiness in Prince Edward County consists of enterprising people with creative sensibilities. Prince Edward County was founded on people, enterprise and creativity. We have a thriving agribusiness community with diverse opportunities ready for the taking. The County was last year crowned by the Vintner’s Quality Alliance as the province’s newest designated viticulture area, and has become the unofficial Slow Food capital of Canada. Small scale food processors, artisan cheese makers, organic farmers and many others are reaping high returns on their investments; due, in part, to distributing their products to urban markets. Enterprising people have already tethered here, and you’re invited to harness your creativity and explore your opportunities!

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