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What is a beer aficionado to do when he is forced to quit alcohol for health reasons? This one built a business around sourcing high-quality nonalcoholic options for Canadians.
When Nimi Kular moved away from home and tried to replicate her mother’s traditional Indian dishes, she found she couldn’t quite get the spices right.
Rubee Roselle is, in essence, a healthy fruit drink, but as a product, it does prove hard to summarise within one sentence. If you ask its creator, Rae Williams, all she can say is, “It tastes clean, that’s it: I don’t have to tell you that it’s organic or that it’s good for you. When you taste it, you know that it’s made with wholesome, good ingredients.”
The Greater Toronto region’s food industry is a key sector of the economy and the second-largest food cluster in North America – ahead of Chicago and second only to Los Angeles.
Nader Hallal built a business around a simple but delicious middle eastern food with Canadian — and international — appeal.