In encouraging the reopening of Canadian businesses after pandemic shutdowns, Alberta’s provincial government hosted the 2021 @calgarystampede
The event celebrated local manufacturers and served as an opportunity for beef, dairy, honey, grain, vegetable, and hemp producers from across the province to network and gain investors and support. Rabbi Saul Emanuel of the MK met with various manufacturers at the event and heard across-the-board excitement regarding kosher certification and the opportunity to join the ever-exponentially growing kosher market.
After the event, Rabbi Emanuel met privately with Alberta’s Minister of Agriculture @devindreeshen and his staff. The two discussed the kosher opportunities in Alberta’s market and how collaboration between the MK and manufacturers in #Alberta could increase the marketability and access of Alberta’s products. The two also discussed @plantbasedcertification for relevant products and the high economic opportunities of this emerging market.
New certifications | May 17th, 2022
Without a Trace Foods, Washington State Brooke grew up with severe food allergies and watched her mom suffer from allergic reactions. Brooke remembers living with fear and the burden of having to keep herself safe from a young age. One of Brookes memories are of her being on the verge of tears so many times…
New certifications | May 11th, 2022
Kevin and Bryan Lynch are brothers from Pasco, Washington State. Over 35 years ago, the Lynch brothers opened their doors to the now-famous Columbia Valley Family Farms. From the farm grew Foster’s Pickled Products, offering customers across North America the most incredible line of pickled vegetables. Fosters Pickled products can be found across the United…