Première fournée de weston

The weston story / 1922

In 1922, Garfield Weston takes a bold gamble. He imports biscuit-making ovens all the way from England to Toronto and launches Weston's English Quality Biscuits. The new biscuits prove a big hit and the company's production line runs 24 hours a day, trying to keep up with demand. Two years later, with the death of George Weston, Garfield becomes company president. Despite war and economic depression, he transforms his father's business into a multinational concern.