The current London Ice Cream factory became part of the Nestlé family in 1997 when the Frozen Products Division (Ice Cream) of Ault Foods, and the Ice Cream Products Group of Dairyworld Foods join Nestlé© Canada. The building on this site was first opened in 1966.

Today the London 401 Factory Produces 98% of the ice cream volume for the Canadian Market. It is Nestlé’s only ice cream plant in Canada and produces on average (Using Only Canadian Dairy) 57 Mill Litres per year. It currently has 11 production lines. The premium brands being produced are Häagen-Dazs, Drumstick and Real Dairy with family favourite Parlour also a big contributor.

The Nestlé London 401 Factory employs 738 people of which 350 are seasonal (2017) the current split is as follows 68% are male and 32% female. The average seniority is 16 years.

• Companies hosting plant tours have the exclusive right to allow or deny participation in the plant tour.
• Safety shoes are required. Please bring your own.
• You must pre-register to attend. No walk-ins will be permitted.

Thursday, October 26, 2017
Morning Tour:
10:00 am - Registration
10:15 am - 12:00 pm - Presentation & Tour

12:15 - 1:30 - Joint Lunch: Jack Astor's

Afternoon Tour

1:45 am - Registration
2:00 am - 3:45 pm - Presentation & Tour

Nestlé Canada Inc.
980 Wilton Grove Road
London, ON N6N 1C7

Lunch: Jack Astor's
1070 Wellington Road
London, ON N6E 3V8

Price: CAD US
PAC Members $60 $50
Non Members $99 $85
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