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The Power of Partnerships: Terroir Symposium 2020 Wrap Up

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After 14 years of bringing food, tourism and hospitality industry partners together to share ideas, make connections and create change, the annual Terroir Symposium...

The Post Pandemic Food Landscape — Today and Tomorrow

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TORONTO — For the first Terroir Talk session of this year’s Terroir Symposium, which took place as a three-day virtual event this year, Dr....

Reflecting Canada’s Diverse Reality in Marketing

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TORONTO — As part of the Terroir Symposium’s Tuesday lineup, Eden Hagos, founder of Black Foodie, highlighted the lack of diversity that exists in...

13th Annual Terroir Symposium

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The Terroir Symposium brings together innovative people from the field of hospitality and tourism, including chefs, hoteliers, drink experts, writers and business leaders.

Canada’s Locavore Movement is Going Mainstream

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The concept of “going local” was more legend than reality in Canadian foodservice 20 years ago. Even 10 years ago, providers promoting the use...

Tackling Canada’s Food-Waste Dilemma

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CHALLENGE The role of a great chef,” says Kristian Eligh, executive chef for Vancouver-based Toptable Restaurant Group, “is to be mindful of not only what...

Terroir Seeking Zero-Waste Creations

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TORONTO — The Terroir Symposium is seeking 10 culinary teams who are passionate about food-waste reduction to create dishes for the 2019 symposium with...

Tequila Sales are on the Rise in Canada – and Beyond

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Tequila represents one of the fastest-growing spirit categories in terms of volume, with growth projections that could continue to climb significantly given its low...

Where The Wild Things Are: Spotlight on Newfoundland’s Culinary Landscape

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A deserted beach on Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula isn’t most people’s idea of a grocery store. But within minutes, Lori McCarthy’s bag is filled with...

Food File: Examining The Farm-to-Table Ethos

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When acclaimed chef Michael Stadtländer and his wife Nobuyo opened their 12-seat restaurant, Eigensinn Farm (located in Singhampton, Ont.), 25 years ago, they didn’t...