The Food Chain
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OPINION: The practice is bad for pretty much everyone, writes Corey Mintz. Here’s why we’re still doing it — and why it needs to stop.
OPINION: Buying seafood in Ontario involves making many choices— gustatory, ethical, and otherwise. Here’s how to pick a bottle of this popular condiment, writes Corey Mintz.
OPINION: They’ve tried the obscure cheeses. They’ve been to the right restaurants. And they want to share everything they know. Here’s how to make them stop, writes Corey Mintz.
OPINION: You eat it every year. You’re sick of eating it every year. So how can you convince your relatives it’s time to revolutionize your holiday meal? Corey Mintz lays out a plan of attack.
OPINION: You make delicious jams and your salsas are a family hit — but starting a business is about more than just having a great product, writes Corey Mintz
ANALYSIS: Cannabis-infused foods are expected to become legal in 2019. But financial barriers to entering the edibles market will be high — and the regulatory unknowns could make any investment risky, writes Corey Mintz.
Ontario is the world’s largest exporter of American ginseng to China — but disease and trade disputes are putting the lucrative industry at risk.
ANALYSIS: Supermarkets throw out perfectly good produce by the tonne — just because it’s unattractive. Through Flashfoodbox, consumers can rescue it, writes Corey Mintz.
OPINION: At a Stratford restaurant, the hours are shorter and cooks serve the meals. If we want to eliminate abuse in the food industry, writes Corey Mintz, Ontarians are going to have to embrace this kind of model.
ANALYSIS: Menus are packed with hidden information — but these tips and theories can help you decode it, writes Corey Mintz.
In her memoir, 'Apron Strings,' Jan Wong reflects on time spent travelling and cooking with her youngest son.
OPINION: Food culture may be shallow in many ways, writes Corey Mintz — but it’s also opened up new worlds to countless diners.
OPINION: Workers are exploited from farm to table, writes Corey Mintz. So why aren’t we doing anything about it?
Webers has been serving hungry Highway 11 travellers for 55 years — and has managed to survive its own success.