When the Kambeitz family emigrated to the Sedley area of Saskatchewan in 1899 to discover a better way of life for themselves and their children, they probably didn’t realize how their little homestead would one day lead to a 70,000 acre, fifth-generation farm and help spark the development of a $200 million plant-based food company in the province.

Today, the farming operation is headquartered at Port Lajord near Saskatchewan’s capital, Regina, and includes at the Port Lajord site, 3.4 million bushels of automated grain storage, high through put grain drying and grain cleaning for export along with a two 20,000 metric tonne fertilizer storage and blending facilities. The farm was selected as the North American representative for sustainable and scalable agriculture at the Expo Milano in 2015.