Made In Canada

100 Years of Ice Cream Making in Canada.

From JB Jackson to Unilever Canada, we've been making Ice Cream for over 100 year.


JB Jackson takes over facility at 175 Union (south side) - one of the first cold storage sites for eggs and dairy


JB Jackson's new ice cream plant opens for business - the Simcoe site produces ice cream!


JB Jackson sells ice cream plant to Lipton (Unilever)


Unilever produces frozen treates


Unilever sells and buys business to/from Beatrice


Unilever modernizes the Simcoe Facility and consolidates all Canadian ice cream production business to our Simcoe plant in southwestern Ontario.


Unilever Canada celebrates 100 years of Ice Cream making in Simcoe, Ontario.


Unilever employs 300+ employees in the community and brings smiles to Canadians with our iconic ice cream brands, building our legacy and shaping it for the future.

Our Purposes

We believe that ice cream makes everybody happy. That its magic brings us together and melts away the barriers between us.

And above all, we believe that ice cream should be enjoyed by all of us, and not just a few. It’s always been our mission to put as many smiles on people’s faces as we can.

Our Simcoe, Ontario facility has been doing it for 100 years now. And we hope we’ll be doing it for 100 more.