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Are you thinking of starting a food business in Canada such as a restaurant or convenience shop, updating your existing equipment and services, expanding your food business, or searching for recipes and more? Looking for food delivery in Toronto and across Canada, take out or restaurants that exist in your area? Do you wish to be engaged in winemaking, buy kitchen equipment, want to know more on health and wellness, or simply to communicate at our food forum?

Our site is a unique information portal about food in Canada. We work for you and enhance your convenience. We place all of the information about food into one place. Feel free to send us the articles, advice and feedback. We will be glad to place them on our site in a corresponding theme. If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask! Our Toronto office is ready to serve to you, since we are created and working for you!

Subscribe to our newsletters and you will receive the latest information on development of business, news, articles, the latest recipes to the most unusual and tasty foods in Toronto, GTA and over Canada. We have different sections in our newsletters, for business, for recipes, or for the love of FOOD.

Take advantage of our huge database which has thousands of suppliers of equipment, a complete listing of restaurants and bars, including addresses and phone numbers and is constantly updated. Our search Engine is based on business model rather than only for top dollar paying customers.



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(NC)óDigestive enzymes help replace enzymes lost in the cooking and processing of food and make up for decreased enzyme production by the body due to aging.

The human body makes and uses more than 3,000 kinds of enzymes to speed up enzymatic reactions and conserve energy. Without these enzymes, we could not live. Our bodies' reactions would be too slow for survival.

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