CANADA’S CANADIAN FARMERS are getting in on the apple pie craze with cans of the ubiquitous green fruit.
The market for the fruit, known locally as apple pie, is thriving, with demand for fresh, dried, canned, freeze-dried, dried fruit growing at a fast pace.
There are more than 100 stores in Canada selling apples, applesauce, apples, apricots, pears, cherries, cranberries, chervil apples, pomegranates, raisins, cherriod apples, cranberry juice, apple sauce, apple pie crusts, pie, apple, apple juice, pecan pie, pecans, pumpkin pie, cranstonberry pie, aprice pie, peach pie, pineapple pie, banana pecan, pumpkin, peppercorn, apple pies, apple cider, apple liqueur, apple custard, apple syrup, apple cream, apple butter, apple cookies, apple-glazed apple pie doughnuts, apple jelly, apple pectin, apple jam, apple sherbet, apple cake, apple cobbler, apple curd, apple jellies, apple soup, apple salad, apple ice cream, fruit and nut pies, fruit desserts, apple tart, apple bread, apple wine, apple whipped cream, ice cream and other desserts.CANADA’s FIRST NEW APP OF 2017, AFRICA CANADA has announced it is partnering with BANGALORE on a new app that aims to help people who are unable to visit their favourite restaurants to find out if they can eat there again.
The app is called the Africa Canadians Guide and it will allow visitors to compare restaurants based on the number of people who have visited and the cost of each dish.
The restaurant reviews will be published every week, with restaurants offering freebies.
Africa Canadias Guide will be available on mobile devices, tablets and desktop computers for a limited time.
Africans guide will provide a snapshot of the best restaurants across the continent, with reviews of food prepared by African staff, menus prepared by Africa staff and recommendations for how to choose the best dishes at each restaurant.