Food Roundup

The Food Roundup provides you with the latest headlines and happenings related to food and agriculture in the Edmonton region.

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Recent editions

Tuesday, June 6, 2023

The latest on food in Edmonton. Fu's Repair Shop is moving to Jasper Avenue; MilkCrate announces GhostLight; Transit Smokehouse & BBQ is struggling; food orgs win tourism awards

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Tuesday, May 30, 2023

The latest on food in Edmonton. Local food lists help bring in customers, at first; cooking classes popular at EPL's The Kitchen; Zwicksticks now available at Superstores

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Tuesday, May 23, 2023

The latest on food in Edmonton. Applications of AI to cultured meat; enjoy cat-inspired specials during Cat Fest; Biera and RGE RD make Canada's 100 Best Restaurants

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Recent articles

Ayomikun Kayode, left, and Temi Kayode, right, look at a cellphone while wearing shirts with Atadel branding, with Edmonton's river valley in the background
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Atadel helps underserved communities get groceries conveniently

When Temi Kayode and his brother Ayomikun first moved to Canada from Nigeria, it was difficult to get the foods they were used to without access to a vehicle. So they started a food and grocery delivery service focused on members of the African and Caribbean diasporas.

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Jeff Nachtigall stands behind a glass case full of baked goods with a brick behind him emblazoned with the Sugared and Spiced logo
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'Best-of' lists give food businesses something to build on

Being listed as one of Edmonton's best places to eat brings in customers, but converting that advantage into repeat traffic is the key, say some business owners.

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A portrait of Zofia Trebaczkiewicz in front of the equipment in The Kitchen
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The Kitchen meets big appetite for cooking classes

If you've tried to enrol in a cooking class at The Kitchen and found it was already full, you're not alone.

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