Highlights of this month’s issue:

OCFB Summer BBQ Hits The Road

The Ontario Corn Fed Beef summer barbecue tour is off and running for 2012.

During the tour, the There’s No Taste Like Home mobile kitchen unit will be promoting Ontario Corn Fed Beef products to consumers across the province.

The first stops were in London on May 11 as the colourful tractor-trailer was parked in front of the Fanshawe Market (Richmond St. North) and the Loblaws Wonderland Market (Wonderland Rd. South).

The two London stores are part of this year’s expansion of the Ontario Corn Fed Beef Program into 46 more stores.

Building Bridges Toward Sustainable Food

The idea of sustainable food practices is not going away as more companies are seeking to adopt the concept as part of their business strategies.

While the issue is in its early days, transparency and collaboration will be paramount as sustainability gradually becomes part of the normal business landscape.

That was the message delivered by two Canadian food company business executives who discussed sustainability with Ontario farm leaders.

David Smith, who leads sustainability programs for Sobeys Ltd., and Tim Faveri, director of sustainability and responsibility for Tim Hortons, shared their insight at the first annual meeting of Farm and Food Care Ontario in Waterloo.

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