1898
John Reinhart, avec ses fils Ben et Alvin, commence à produire des produits tels que du beurre, cidre et jus à partir de pommes cultivées localement. En 1910, M. Reinhart s’installe à Stayner, en Ontario, sur la même propriété que celle où nous exerçons nos activités aujourd'hui.

After 50 years

Bouteille historique de Reinhart
Bouteille historique de Reinhart
Flotte de camions-citernes et camions-remorques pour un niveau de service juste à temps
Flotte de camions-citernes et camions-remorques pour un niveau de service juste à temps

After 50 years

With new technology, white vinegar production quickly surpassed that of the apple juice. Other vinegars – cider, malt and wine soon followed.

1967 Transitions:
Alvin Reinhart retired and the company was acquired by Robert Singer. With Robert Singer’s marketing skills, private label co-packing came on stream, broadening our exposure in the food industry.

1974 Maraschino Cherries:
The maraschino cherry division was added, making Reinhart a major supplier to Canada’s retail and confectionery industry.

1979 Fire:
A major fire destroyed 80% of the Stayner facility. Our new plant was opened in May of 1980, becoming the most modern vinegar plant in North America.

1979 Continued Growth:
Our operation in Chambly, Quebec was opened, producing white vinegar to service our bulk customers in Quebec, Eastern Canada, and the Northeast United States. Later, a modern warehouse was added, as well as vinegar bottling and on-site blow molding.

Rue Principale de Stayner, Ontario (circa 1953)
Rue Principale de Stayner, Ontario (circa 1953)
Wagon Reinhart en 1970
Wagon Reinhart en 1970
Usine Reinhart à Chambly Québec
Usine Reinhart à Chambly Québec
Lancement du cidre alcoolisé Reinhart en 2017
Lancement du cidre alcoolisé Reinhart en 2017
Membres de l'équipe dévouée de Reinhart
Membres de l'équipe dévouée de Reinhart

1996 Daltons:
Reinhart Foods acquired the assets and trademarks of Daltons (1834) line, becoming Canada’s leader in maraschino cherries and glace fruit.

2001 National Vinegar Expansion:
Reinhart Foods acquired the assets and trademarks of Burns Philp in Canada, becoming a national producer and supplier of bottled vinegar.

2011 GFSI Certification:
We received GFSI certification through FSSC 22000 to meet the latest global quality requirements.

FSSC

2017 Cidery Expansion:
Going back to our roots, Reinhart opens its very own hard cidery in Stayner, Ontario

2018 Allen’s Vinegar:
Becomes Canada’s #1 Vinegar Brand.

2021 Reinhart’s Strong Cider:
Becomes Ontario’s favourite craft cider.