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Les Viandes du Breton

Setting the Standard for Ethically Produced Pork in Canada By Anna Guy It’s a full circle moment for Vincent Breton. As President of Les Viandes du Breton, a division of the company his grandfather Napoléon founded, he is leading a movement to bring traditional farming techniques back to the pork industry. When the company [...]


Copper Branch

  PLANT POWERED REVOLUTION   By Anna Guy There is a new kid on the block. Fast food and healthy food are no longer mutually exclusive. Copper Branch is changing the fast food landscape. The brainchild of Rio Infantino, Copper Branch brings an exciting and welcoming new approach to a fast food restaurant service, [...]


Steeped Tea

By Anna Guy Calming, or invigorating. Enjoyed alone, or to bring people together. Hot, or cold. Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water thanks to its versatility. It can be served anytime, anywhere, for any occasion. On any given day, more than one half of the North American [...]


Windigo Catering LP

Comforts of home and camp It’s hard to imagine anything more satisfying than a gourmet meal at the end of a 12-hour work day in a Northern Ontario mine. Coming back from a long day at Musslewhite Mine to a camp run by Windigo Catering LP offers that, and more. Windigo Catering provides everything [...]


Athabasca Catering

A Hidden Gem in Saskatchewan's Food Industry By Rajitha Sivakumaran Click to view Brochure When mining companies go into the remote Athabasca Basin to conduct mineral exploration and mining operations, they rely on more than just high-tech equipment to facilitate their stay. Working in the background are companies like Saskatchewan-based Athabasca Catering [...]



McEwan raises the bar on ready-made By Jacquelin Bhandari Click to view Brochure Celebrity chef Mark McEwan is the epitome of entrepreneurship in what is one of the most underappreciated industries. But perhaps what affirmed his immortalization as a culinary heavy hitter was his business venture into the grocery aisle. “It was [...]


Restaurants Canada Show 2016

Foodservice and Foodies meet at the Restaurants Canada Show By Jacquelin Bhandari Click to view Brochure In a few words, the Restaurants Canada Show is a culinary haven for starved leaders in the foodservice industry. The much-anticipated event is nothing short of a cultural exposition, sharing new and old business models that [...]


Carole’s Cheesecake Company

How to have your cake and eat it too By Rajitha Sivakumaran and Jacquelin Bhandari Click to view Brochure If you’ve eaten at any restaurant lately, you will be hard-pressed to miss the cheesecake on the dessert menu. Cheesecake can come with so many blends, toppings and crusts and combinations, but back [...]


Riverfresh Wild BC Seafood

Rebuilding the fisheries of Canada's original inhabitants By Rajitha Sivakumaran Click to view Brochure Thousands of years ago, the Secwepemc people, occupying a vast territory in what is now British Columbia, ran an industrious fishery that contributed to diverse subsistence patterns and promoted cultural growth, trade and enhanced relations with neighbouring tribes. [...]


Spudniks Snack Foods

The proof is in the potatoes Click to view Brochure By Kate Lysakowski It began as a chance opportunity and an affinity for salty snacks. Michele Revivo was working at a jewelry-making kiosk as part of the entertainment for a Bat Mitzvah back in 2004 when she was suddenly struck with an [...]

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