A letter of solidarity and sustainable support was released jointly by BioFoodTech Centre, Canada’s Smartest Kitchen, and the Food Island Partnership on Thursday, April 16 2020 in response to the ongoing worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.
The creative, robust, and innovative food ecosystem in Prince Edward Island will benefit from increased awareness of available supports during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Embracing “The Food Island” community and high levels of interconnectedness in our Food and Beverage sector, the Food Island Partnership, BioFoodTech and Canada’s Smartest Kitchen at Holland College are committed to ensuring awareness of our specialized skillsets. Collectively, we want operators, small and large, to know of supports specifically related to helping you and your staff during this unprecedented and turbulent time.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns: we will do all we can to ensure you are connected to those who may be of service.
Canada’s Smartest Kitchen: Robbie Younker – (902) 314-2324, email@example.com
Food Island Partnership: Bryan Inglis – (902) 367-4416, firstname.lastname@example.org
BioFoodTech Centre: Joy Shinn – (902) 213-2386, email@example.com
We look forward to helping shape the future of the industry on PEI and beyond, with you, as we all experience new realities in the food and beverage innovation sector.