Quote of the Month:
“There is no sincerer love, than the love of food.” ~ George Bernard Shaw
January 2020 Recap:
+ Canada’s Smartest Kitchen was pleased to welcome our Tech-Access Canada Advisory Board to Charlottetown for our Annual General Meeting, in mid-January; we are proud to be a part of the TAC network that stretches coast to coast to coast in Canada, and it is always great to connect with our diverse board members to celebrate the present and focus on the future of CSK’s capabilities and opportunities!
+ CSK hosted a number of local groups and partners in January, to highlight the wide variety of services that we offer as well as possible collaboration efforts, including: staff from Central Development Corporation and PEI Fisheries & Communities; Darryl Bradley of Innovation PEI & Jim Smith of BioFoodTech; Confound Films; Digital Skills 4 Youth Program participants; and Culinary Institute of Canada students for TCC Career Connections Day
+ Chef Michael Bryanton presented at a well-attended workshop at the Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Ignite Rural Innovation Hub office on food product development and industry trends
CSK Service Highlight: SENSORY & CONSUMER SCIENCE
+ You love your product, but does your customer? CSK sensory experts can conduct analysis with participant panels to provide insight on consumer preferences, testing your product against competitors or incorporating the testing as part of the iterative development process. This is just one of the many professional services offered by the Canada’s Smartest Kitchen team: We Know Food.
+ If you are interested in signing up to be a Sensory Panelist with Canada’s Smartest Kitchen, please follow the link here, and select “I Am A New Panelist” to register.
Trend Alert: New Decade of Food & Beverage Trends
+ The product trend report releases continue, as the new year settles in: check out the Top 12 Trends from 2020 Winter Fancy Food Show, which was held in San Francisco in mid- January this year. (For further details, see original article release here)