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Blade Roast with Braised Red Cabbage

Abbey Sharp

  • 8 March 2016
  • Author: Admin-Retail
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Blade Roast with Braised Red Cabbage
I’m an Irish girl (well, okay, I’m 25% Irish), but on St. Patrick’s Day, everyone gets a taste of the Irish life! Believe it or not though, I’ve never been into green pancakes and I can’t handle more than a pint of Guinness at a time, but I am always down for traditional Irish fare. Give me some baked beans, bangers, fried mushrooms and runny eggs, and I’m one happy girl - Irish or otherwise!

Pork Shoulder Butchery

Jamie Waldron

  • 8 March 2016
  • Author: Admin-Retail
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Pork Shoulder Butchery

In the previous issue of this newsletter, we focused on the loin section of the hog—home to some of the most popular (and expensive) cuts of pork.

We now move to the shoulder, a cost-effective yet versatile cut—think pulled pork, braised blade roast and marinated pork satays.

Farmer Profile: Graham Learn

Third-Generation Farmer Leads New Breed Of Producers

  • 8 March 2016
  • Author: Admin-Retail
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Farmer Profile: Graham Learn
Upon graduating from the University of Guelph’s Ridgetown Campus in 2006, Graham Learn had a pretty good idea what he was getting into when it came to raising pigs. After all, he grew up helping his dad take care of the herd on his family’s farm, so it came naturally to him.

Retailer Profile: Michael-Angelo's

  • 8 March 2016
  • Author: Admin-Retail
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Retailer Profile: Michael-Angelo's

Colourful displays bursting with fruits and vegetables, crusty artisan breads, decadent sweets, pungent cheeses, fresh local meats—walking through a Michael-Angelo's grocery store in either Markham or Mississauga has been compared to strolling through a Sunday market.

Webcast

Pork market insights and consumer buying behaviour

  • 8 March 2016
  • Author: Admin-Retail
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Webcast

What does 2016 hold for Canada’s pork market? How much pork—and which cuts—are consumers eating at home? In restaurants? And what are they looking for when buying pork?

Pork has a Great Deal Going for it in 2016

Kevin Grier

  • 5 January 2016
  • Author: Admin-Retail
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Pork has a Great Deal Going for it in 2016
The pork sector goes in to 2016 on very solid footing with regard to both supply and demand from a retailer/foodservice perspective.  In addition, the product is very cost/price  competitive with regard to the two main competing meats, beef and chicken and it has performed very well from a margin perspective for merchandisers.
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