Effort is aimed at affording women an opportunity to learn the art of baking using starchy crops and to improve the production, preparation, distribution and handling of food products.
The average consumption of cacao in Canada amounts to 6.4 kilos per person each year, making the country as the ninth largest consumer of chocolate in the world.
The Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR) recently had representatives from each geo-political region deliberating strategies for working together to address challenges facing global agriculture, against the backdrop of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Did you know that by eating chocolate you could be supporting farming communities in developing countries? From cacao seeds to cocoa beans to chocolate bars – a value chain that provides opportunities for trade and development in cacao producing countries.
IICA Canada participated in the North American Workshop on Food Waste Reduction and Recovery held in Toronto, Ontario on Feb. 28th and March 1.
These tutorial-style videos are intended to increase a viewer’s understanding of basic concepts of food science.