Food Guide to Canada

The country’s fertile soil, and the bountiful waters that surround it, ensure that Canada is able to produce a diverse range of foods that vary considerably from one province to the next.
Seafood lovers will enjoy visiting the Atlantic Provinces as their fisherman are well known for landing the very best lobster, crab and shrimp.
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The wide open prairie of Saskatchewan is known as Canada’s Breadbasket as it produces vast quantities of wheat and other grains, while the neighboring province of Alberta is famous for its high-quality beef.
Although it might not be widely known outside of the country, Canada also produces a significant amount of wine, 85% of which comes from the province of Ontario.

SOURCE: www . huffingtonpost . ca/2012/07/06/food-in-canada_n_1654368 . html

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