The Ontario government has announced it will be providing a guide on how to start home-based food businesses. The move is an attempt to offer a “how-to” for food entrepreneurs during such a difficult time for the industry.
Alberta’s home-based businesses that produce low-risk foods can now sell their wares without a food-handling permit.
Press release In 1868 Edmund McIlhenny harvested his first tabasco pepper crop from which he created a piquant sauce to enliven the flavors in foods for family and friends. The creation of this simple sauce would unwittingly change the way the world eats forever. Today, 150 years later, the same three ingredients that made his […]
Press release A passion for food and a commitment to help understand and better treat hereditary breast cancer by funding research – that’s the goal of the Culinary Showdown, the first edition of a fundraising event and gala dinner that will bring together home cooks, amateur chefs and foodies. In this extraordinary challenge, culinary enthusiasts […]