Quote of the Month:
“Food is our common ground, a universal experience.” ~ James Beard
Month in Review:
+ Staff joined in a great Tech-Access Canada – Interactive Visit webinar highlighting this fantastic national program that can provide IRAP eligible SME’s 20 complimentary hours of technical expertise at any of the 60 TAC’s across the country! Contact your NRC-ITA or check out the online portal here for more details
+ CSK hosted our summer session TAC Advisory Board Meeting, with members joining us virtually form across the country: we greatly appreciate their support, input, and feedback on our operations and strategic directions! Browse our TAC profile and service offerings here
+ Kicked off our first official round of “walk up sensory exercises”at the Tourism & Culinary Centre in downtown Charlottetown, utilizing the front entry space and following all social distance & sanitizing protocols, while allowing participants to taste client products
+ Participated in celebrations for “Food Day Canada”, an annual event celebrating the culinary and industry accomplishments of the amazing food network across all of Canada
+ Staff have been busy all summer with multiple photo shoots, food styling and recipe development projects: contact us today to discuss the needs for your next project – email@example.com or review What We Do: Food Styling
CSK Service Highlight: PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
+ Refine your food product idea, or discover your ingredient’s potential: the road to a shelf-ready product may be winding, but it doesn’t have to be cumbersome. Whether you have just a spark of an idea, a concept that needs further development and validation, or a prototype that’s not quite right, CSK can help turn your idea into a tasty reality.
+ This is just one of the many professional services offered by our team: We Know Food.
Trend Alert: Surplus Food Rescue Program
+ The federal government through Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada recently announced a new “Surplus Food Rescue Program” designed “to support Canada’s food system, food processors, and food producers, and distributors to help ensure food availability for all Canadians. Funding will be used to help manage and redirect existing surpluses to organizations addressing food insecurity and ensure that these surplus products are not wasted.” It is one of many ongoing initiatives to assist the public and industry alike, as we all navigate the related challenges brought on by the world pandemic.