A taste of what’s to come: Food and drink trends to watch out for in 2016, by Nikki Bayley for the Globe and Mail

Sonia - December 22, 2015

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“Sustainable seafood tastes even better when served with a side of social justice. Community Supported Fisheries (CSF) cut out the middleman, working directly with small-scale, low-impact fishermen. Members buy shares before the season starts, allowing the CSF to guarantee a stable, fair price. Fishermen don’t have to resort to high-impact, unsustainable methods to compete with chains, and members get superfresh local seafood, plus a chance to chat with the folk who caught their supper. Unsurprisingly, the coasts are leading the trend. B.C.’s Skipper Otto has a range of fresh, frozen, whole and processed local seafood, including all sorts of salmon, and Nova Scotia’s Off the Hook offers hook-and-line caught haddock, pollock and cod, as well as shrimp caught in Chedabucto Bay.” – Nikki Bayley

Skipper Otto's local, wild, OceanWise sockeye salmon

Sonia - December 22, 2015


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A taste of what’s to come: Food and drink trends to watch out for in 2016, by Nikki Bayley for the Globe and Mail

Sonia - December 22, 2015

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