Duffers Chip Wagon (Tweed Minor Hockey Association)

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 Thank you for taking the time to check us out at Duffer’s Chip Wagon for your upcoming event(s).  We appreciate the opportunity and believe Duffer’s will be a positive addition to your event.  Please click on the above links for more information which will help you in determining whether we are appropriate for your event.

Our family has developed a product and service, which is superior to our competition and we believe our business is the most professional in the industry.  We pride ourselves on quality and professionalism, which has given us a very competitive advantage in becoming successful in the off site food industry.  As we are always looking for ways to improve our service, your feedback / comments are always welcome.

Whatever your event, Duffer's Chip Wagon comes with over 30 years of knowledge and experience. Whether it be a small county fair or a large summer festival, or any other outdoor venue / event  (weddings, horse shows, trade shows and music festivals to name a few).  Duffer's Chip Wagon holds a “Food Handler Training Certificates” throughout South & Eastern Ontario, and we pride ourselves in having a reasonably priced diverse menu.

Our experience, coupled with our enthusiasm can help make your event a success. Our fleet of wagons are available and when stocked and staffed can operate for up to 24 hours per day with the ability to serve a tremendous amount of people to serve you and your event.


After many years of working on construction, factories and driving dump trucks, my wife and I had the opportunity to become self - employed.  We purchased a coffee truck route in Tweed, Ontario in 1978 and that was the start of the business know as Duffer’s Chip Wagon today.

The business grew from that point with the addition of a chip wagon in 1981, in what was middle of the early 80’s recession.  At this point the business was under recessionary pressures and the purchase of the chip wagon was the turning point in our business.  The remaining fleet was fabricated from scratch with the help of my two sons on the last three trucks.  Now with the stable business base, I believe that we are continuously growing and expanding to meet our long term goals with a great team to get us there.


 After graduating in 1997 from Nicholson Catholic College with many courses in Business and Marketing, I attended Algonquin College for one year in Small Business Management.  The following year I transferred to Loyalist College to help out in the expansion of the family business and majored in Business Administration earning a diploma.  Upon graduation I bought into the family business and together we continue to grow.