Oxford in the News

GOING WILD: Interview with David Hoffman, co-CEO Oxford Frozen Foods

March 11, 2013

Many of us have heard blueberries described as a superfood, due to their incredible health benefits. They have a reputation for improving brain health, reducing eyestrain and fending off several types of disease. But many might not realize the difference in nutritional value between cultivated and wild berries. Or perhaps I should just speak for…

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Oxford Frozen Foods One Of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

February 26, 2013

Oxford (Staff) – Oxford Frozen Foods Ltd. has been included in the 2012 Top 50 Best Managed Companies in Canada. “It’s quite an honour,” said company co-CEO David Hoffman. “We are fortunate to have an owner in John Bragg who is totally committed to both continuously reinvesting in the business and to the long-term success…

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Wind farm winners announced

August 2, 2012

Two of Nova Scotia’s leading family businesses are teaming up to build what amounts to Nova Scotia’s largest wind farm. Oxford Frozen Foods, controlled by the Braggs, and Minas Basin Pulp and Power, controlled by the Jodreys, each got the green light Thursday to build about $200 million in wind projects on a massive Lunenburg…

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Oxford Frozen Foods Switching To Natural Gas

February 8, 2012

Oxford – Oxford Frozen Foods Ltd. is switching from Bunker C fuel to natural gas. Plans are to have it in the plant by next carrot processing season. A survey crew from Heritage Gas has plotted potential routes from the main pipeline in Roslin to the Oxford plant. Company spokesman David Hoffman says the move…

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