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n. pl. can·ner·ies
A factory where fish, vegetables, or other foods are canned.


n, pl -neries
a place where foods are canned


(ˈkæn ə ri)

n., pl. -ner•ies.
a factory where foodstuffs, as meat, fish, or fruit, are canned.
[1865–70, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cannery - a factory where food is cannedcannery - a factory where food is canned  
factory, manufactory, manufacturing plant, mill - a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing
مَصْنَع تَعْليب
konserve fabrikası


[ˈkænərɪ] Nfábrica f de conservas


n (US) → Konservenfabrik f


[ˈkænərɪ] nconservificio


(kӕn) noun
a metal container for liquids and many types of food. oil-can; beer-can; six cans of beer.
verbpast tense, past participle canned
to put (especially food) into cans, usually to preserve it. a factory for canning raspberries.
canned adjective
put in cans. canned peas.
ˈcanneryplural ˈcanneries noun
a factory where goods are canned.
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And this law, with only an occasional violation, had been obediently observed by the Greek fishermen who caught salmon for the canneries and the market.
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The company exports 14 containers of fish products and fishmeal a day and caters to the requirements of fish canneries as well as several multinational chicken integrators.
But there was a time when the waterfront looked bleak, after the 1960s and '70s closure of most of the three-dozen canneries that had earned Astoria the title "Salmon Canning Capital of the World.
Chiquita Processed Foods bought Agripac's facilities in Oregon and Washington and closed several canneries, including those in Eugene and Salem.
Early industrialists, such as Bell Irving (fisheries), Dunsmuir (mining), or MacMillan (forestry), engaged in a form of primitive accumulation as they and their compatriots rolled across the landscape plugging canneries with fish, ripping open the earth, and tearing down trees.
Canneries across the world are addressing 'ethical audit', a requirement spearheaded by UK retailers in the wake of under-age labour allegations.