Blackberries stolen from Canadian company

03/22/2012 09:41:00 AM
Andy Nelson

CORRECTED: A load of blackberries was stolen from C.H Robinson Co. (Canada) Ltd. on March 17 in Milton, Ontario.

The blackberries were packed in 6-ounce clamshells under the Berry Lovers label, and were shipped from Laredo, Texas, according to a news release from the Ottawa, Ontario-based Fruit and Vegetable Dispute Resolution Corp.

The DRC’s Trading Assistance Office is helping C.H. Robinson notify industry members about the theft.

Those with information can contact the Halton Regional Police Service, at (905) 825-4747, ext. 5155; or Diego Lettari in C.H. Robinson’s Montreal office, at (514) 381-7404.

Note on correction: The article originally listed the wrong division of the company.



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LOL Funny    
Ontario  |  March, 22, 2012 at 12:36 PM

Does anyone finds it funny that ¨BlackBerry¨ cellphone company is from Canada ? You think maybe the robbers thought they were haisting a truck full of ¨BlackBerrys¨ (cellphones). LOL.

Rick VanVranken    
Mays Landing, NJ  |  March, 23, 2012 at 09:16 AM

Yup, my initial reaction too... was it phones or fruit?

JRD    
Phila  |  March, 30, 2012 at 03:47 PM

"Apple" shippers beware!

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