Canadian Food Focus September 2022 Newsletter


What's in Season? Corn

Sweet corn is one of the most widely planted vegetable crops in Canada and, although the majority of Canada’s production comes from Ontario (53%), Quebec (36%), and Alberta (7%), it is grown in all provinces.


7 Strategies For Cooking Smarter

These Cook Smart strategies help you get nourishing meals on the table with less fuss and less stress! To get you started, here are some quick tips and seven solid strategies (recipes included) to help you simplify the process and support you in conquering the dinner dilemma.

New Front-Of-Package Nutrition Labels Are Coming To Canada

Health Canada is now introducing a new nutrition symbol that will appear on the front of food packages. This new front-of-package nutrition symbol will help consumers quickly identify foods which are high in saturated fats, sugars and / or sodium.


The Science Behind Beef Production

At a time when consumers and ranchers have more questions about beef production than ever, The Livestock & Forage Centre of Excellence is finding answers.

Making Gin And Whisky From Local Ingredients

Black Fox Farm and Distillery is known for their award-winning gin and whisky, but also for their sustainability efforts and promoting local products from Saskatchewan.


Oat And Date Cookies

These double-layered oatmeal cookies are soft, chewy and filled with a sweetened date filling.

Jodi's Best Bannock

Make delicious bannock that can be customized to your own tastes.

Learn to Cook

Would you like to improve your cooking skills? Or learn how to cook something different for supper? Maybe you simply would like to learn a new recipe. Check out the Learn To Cook section on our website and cook along with chefs, home economists, and cookbook authors to create something tasty!

In this lesson, Learn to Cook Weeknight Meatloaf.

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