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Deeply rooted Canadian heritage

Proudly celebrating 125 years

A Tradition Since 1888

  • 1888

    St. Lawrence Sugar’s original cane refinery was built in Montreal on the shores of the St. Lawrence river.

  • 1890

    Rogers Sugar was established by the entrepreneurial B. T. Rogers. Recognizing the high cost of transporting refined sugar across the country by rail, Rogers seized the opportunity by building a refinery at the port of Vancouver.

  • 1912

    Atlantic Sugar Refineries builds its cane sugar refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick.

  • 1930

    Rogers Sugar's involvement in the beet sugar industry began with factories at Raymond and Picture Butte in Alberta.

  • 1950

    Rogers Sugar opens a new beet factory in Taber, Alberta.

  • 1984

    Lantic Sugar begins a program of diversification and rationalization including the purchase of St.Lawrence Sugar in Montreal.

  • 1999

    A $50 million expansion is completed at the Taber factory.

  • 2000

    Lantic consolidated its refining operations in Montreal and closed the Saint John plant. At the same time, the company reinvested in the Montreal facility, with a $120 million expansion and upgrade that doubled the plant’s capacity.

  • 2008

    Lantic Inc. is born after the merger of Lantic Sugar Limited and Rogers Sugar Ltd. in June 2008.

  • 2014

    Lantic Inc launched four new retail products: Agave, Stevia, Hot Chocolate and Iced Tea.

  • 2015

    Lantic Inc celebrated 125 years of history.