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2013 CRFA Show Round Up

The CRFA Show is the leading foodservice and hospitality trade show in Canada. A comprehensive forum of industry products, the CRFA Show attracts 12,000 industry professionals and puts them face to face with exhibitors showcasing all their latest products. From new trends in foodservice through to the latest in energy efficient equipment, restaurant owners, operators and buyers will find everything they are looking for at this convenient, one-stop marketplace.

With over 1,200 exhibit booths and non-stop chef demos, the 2013 CRFA Show was overflowing with fresh ideas to help promote, grow and manage your food-based business. This years show featured flair bartending, celebrity chefs, the Mexico pavilion, the Toronto pavilion, and much more…

Here are some of Foodea.com’s favourite finds at the 2013 CRFA Show:

For more information on the CRFA Show, visit crfa.ca/tradeshows/crfashow.

Learn more about the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA), visit crfa.ca.

March 7, 2013 | By | Reply More

Christine Cushing at the 2013 CRFA Show

As the host of Food Network’s extraordinarily successful daily flagship series, Christine Cushing Live, her most recent program on the Oprah Winfrey Network, Fearless in the Kitchen, Christine has been showing Canada how to cook for almost 15 years. Currently featured as the resident chef on the Marilyn Denis Show on CTV, Christine’s life revolves entirely around food.

The launch of her product line was a dream come true and a culmination of many years of planning, tasting, researching and determination. The line features a spectacular, award winning extra virgin olive oil from the sunny island of Crete and a hugely successful series of sauces made from Christine’s personal recipes. Now Christine’s line is taking a different turn with the exciting launch of her new series of olive oil cakes, made with no preservatives or additives. Look for them in your grocer’s freezer or in specialty stores.

For more information, visit christinecushing.com.

March 6, 2013 | By | Reply More