TORONTO, Jan. 28 /CNW/ - The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices
Association welcomes Mexico to the CRFA Show, March 6 - 8 in Toronto.
The Ministry of Agriculture of Mexico is participating for the first
time with a large pavilion of delicious products ranging from chocolate
With products from15 different companies, the pavilion will bring the
tastiest and most innovative food from Mexico to excite the palates of
Canadian restaurant-goers.The pavilion will feature Mexican chefs
preparing fancy bites and beverages using all of the on-site products
organic vanilla-flavoured agave syrup for use on pancakes
frozen fruit and vegetables to prepare tasty snacks
organic Tequila to prepare the best margaritas
Mexican salsas to serve with tortilla chips
Mexican chocolate for cakes
Amaranth candies to offer healthy dessert options
Visitors will experience new flavours and learn how to incorporate them
in menus at restaurants, hotels and kitchens. Fifteen producers from
Mexico will be ready to discuss the benefits and advantages of their
top-quality and healthy products.
"Come prepared to fall in love with the incredible food and flavours of
Mexico," says Francisco Barrio Terrazas, Ambassador of Mexico to
"We're very pleased to welcome Mexico to the CRFA Show this year. From
eating local to international flavours, the CRFA Show has it all," says
Garth Whyte, CRFA President and CEO.
With over 1,200 exhibit booths and ongoing chef demos, seminars and
events, the CRFA Show offers restaurant and hospitality owners,
managers, chefs and executives a host of fresh ideas to help promote,
grow and manage their business. The CRFA Show is a trade-only event.
For more information, go to www.crfashow.ca.
The CRFA Show is owned and operated by the Canadian Restaurant and
Foodservices Association, one of the country's leading business
associations. Through its trade shows, member savings and advocacy,
CRFA works to create an environment that allows foodservice operators
to prosper and grow.
The Agricultural Office of the Ministry of Agriculture of Mexico
(SAGARPA) in Canada facilitates the agricultural trade since its
establishment in 1995, offering numerous opportunities to build
business with Mexican producers and Canadian buyers. Among its main
objectives are enhancing agricultural trade by providing market
research, organizing direct buying programs, actively monitoring animal
and plant sanitary issues and arranging trade missions.
NOTE: Media wishing to cover the CRFA Show must register in advance for
media accreditation. Go to www.crfashow.ca and click on "media" for criteria and registration form.
SOURCE Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association
For further information:
Prasanthi Vasanthakumar, Communications Specialist, 1-800-387-5649 ext. 4254 or firstname.lastname@example.org.