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Food Business Canada
have developed this section to help everyone who is working in the food business in Canada. Whether you are a new, prospective or establish business owners, this section will answer some of your queries or will guide you to resources for more information. Perhaps you are simply looking for a partnership? If so, take a look around. 

Small business, business opportunity, wholesale, franchise opportunities, find business, food equipment and supplies, food consultants and services, food and beverage, business for sale in Canada, computers and software systems for the food industry, newspapers and magazines, Canadian associations and virtual show are the major components of this section.

Do you have a food product that you have developed yourself or an old family recipe that other people enjoy so much that they encourage you to sell it and become successful? Are you ready to take the first step toward developing a successful food business but not sure how to start? Click here or click on the New to Business button for some insight.

We hope that you find this section helpful and useful. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us. We will try to recommend or direct you towards the appropriate authority in the field of your interest.

Starting Your Food Business

Starting a Food Business Canada

Starting a food business in Canada may seem overwhelming at first. There are just so many things to do! This checklist to starting a business is designed to help you make your dream of starting a business a reality Below are the key steps you need to follow when starting a food business.

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(NC)—If you experience fatigue after eating, or experience gas, bloating, heartburn, acid reflux, or nausea, you may be suffering from impaired digestion due to a lack of proper enzymes in your system.

Enzymes are produced by our bodies and act on food in the small intestine, stomach or mouth. Food enzymes are found in raw foods, which come equipped with some of the enzymes needed for their own digestion. However, enzymes are heat–sensitive––so cooking and processing can destroy 100 per cent of the naturally occurring enzymes in food.