Cargill’s 4,500 tonne per day canola processing plant in Clavet, Saskatchewan, is the largest soft-seed plant in North America. The canola crushing plant east of Saskatoon, which first opened in the mid 1990s and then doubled in size in 2009 employs approximately 100 people. Saskatchewan accounts for 45 per cent of Canadian canola production.
The processing facility produces canola oil and specialty canola oils as well as canola meal for the domestic North American and world markets. Canola oil is healthy vegetable oil used in salad oil, frying and processed food applications. Canola meal is a high protein feed product used by the livestock industry.
Grain and Oilseed Crushing
P.O Box 190
Canada, S0K 0Y0