Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Seasoning and Dressing Manufacturing - 31194

Definition

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dressings and seasonings.

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    Example Activities:
    Cheese-based salad dressings, manufacturing
    Cider vinegar, manufacturing
    Cider, non-alcoholic, manufacturing
    Colourings, natural food, manufacturing
    Dips (except cheese and sour cream-based), manufacturing
    Extracts, food (except coffee, meat), manufacturing
    Flavouring extracts (except coffee), manufacturing
    Food colourings, natural, manufacturing
    Fruit extracts (except coffee), manufacturing
    Gravy mixes, dry, manufacturing
    Horseradish, prepared sauce, manufacturing
    Malt extract, manufacturing
    Mayonnaise, manufacturing
    Mustard, prepared, manufacturing
    Pepper (i.e., spice), manufacturing
    Salad dressing mixes, dry, manufacturing
    Salad dressings, manufacturing
    Salt, substitute, manufacturing
    Sandwich spreads, manufacturing
    Sauce mixes, dry, manufacturing
    Sauces (except tomato-based, gravy), manufacturing
    Seasoning salt, manufacturing
    Soy sauce, manufacturing
    Spice grinding and blending
    Table salt, manufacturing
    Vinegar, manufacturing
    Worcestershire sauce, manufacturing

    Exclusions

    No exclusions are specified in the 2012 NAICS Canada manual.

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2016.

Establishments

195

0-99 Employees

90.8%

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Average revenue

$808.2
thousand

Profitable

66.4%

Salaries and wages

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Manufacturing

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Exports

$522.4
million

Imports

$1.0
billion
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