Grain Commission provides support to producers after Pipeline Foods files for bankruptcy

The Canadian Grain Commission says eligible producers not paid for grain delivered to Pipeline Foods, ULC will receive full compensation.

The U.S. based parent company filed for bankruptcy protection in July 2021 and subsequently stopped doing business.

Pipeline Foods had one grain dealer license and two primary elevator licenses located at Gull Lake in southwest Saskatchewan and Wapella in the southeast.

The Grain Commission determined there were 49 eligible claims for unpaid deliveries. 2.2 million dollars of compensation will be issued from the company’s security to these producers.


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