Friday May 21, 2010
Healthy eating starts right from the garden. With farmer’s markets popping up all over the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley, visitors to the upcoming EAT! Vancouver – Food + Cooking festival are sure to find the latest and greatest in healthy, natural and certified organic foods.
The 8th Annual EAT! Vancouver – Food + Cooking Festival will take place on May 28-30, 2010 at the new Vancouver Convention Centre – Exhibit Hall C.
Exhibitors in the Wellness Pavilion will be featuring products that target good health and wellness through various organic, natural, preservative or sugar free, vegetarian, vegan and earth friendly products. Some of the products featured in this pavilion and throughout the festival include teas, honey, turkey, maple syrups, organic chocolates and more and feature companies such as Kidd Bros Honey and San Miguel Produce.
Kidd Bros/Western Sage Honey will be unveiling their deliciously new Creamed Cappuccino Honey and Creamed Cinnamon Honey at EAT! Vancouver. A local company, based out of Burnaby, BC, Kidd Bros/Western Sage offers a variety of honey products that are all-natural and gluten-free. The Cappuccino Honey offers the flavour of cappuccino and tiramisu, pairs amazingly on bagels or toast, and has all the benefits that natural Canadian honey has to offer.
The Wellness Pavilion is part of Canada’s largest consumer food event featuring over 250 exhibit booths and 75 stage presentations and seminars where visitors will get a chance to explore and shop for unique, hard to find products such as those offered by companies such as:
- HILLS FOODS LTD – a vast variety of meats including kangaroo meat
- MOUNTAIN MAN BEEF JERKY – beef jerky, made from scratch
- VANCOUVER MUSTARD – 100% natural, preservative-free mustards in various tasty flavours.
- GARDEN PROTEIN INTERNATIONAL –plant-based protein foods with a meaty texture made from soy, wheat and pea proteins, vegetables and grains
Visitors will definitely find an endless array of food and cooking products promoting health, wellness, and sustainability at this year’s EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival.
EAT! VANCOUVER – FOOD + COOKING FESTIVALMay 28-30, 2010