Summer is approaching at rapid speeds and after 14 months of staying indoors other than to grab essential items, things are slowly progressing towards opening back up in Canada. Staycations are the newest trend and as restrictions ease up, the excitement to reunite with loved ones is on everyone's mind. While this summer won't look quite the same as summer's past, there are a lot of thrilling trends retailers and wholesalers can look forward to focusing on when encouraging consumers to safely get back out there.
The weather is getting warmer, and it's transitioning into the long-awaited summer months in Canada (finally!) Whether you're a fan of hiking, boating, or even heading to the Calgary Stampede, most Canadians stand in solidarity that summer is the absolute best in Canada.
In many cities and provinces, ground zero for the Covid pandemic began in senior care communities across Canada. Because of their population density and focus on communal spaces, these types of residences have been hit hard.
Grabbing a cup of coffee is something Canadians love to do. According to the website Coffee BI, Canada is one of the largest coffee-consuming countries in the world.
Canadian sandwiches are a delicacy that's so tasty you can't help but come back for more. On this virtual road trip, we'll be taking you all across the country dining for Canada's most delicious and traditional standout sandwiches. We're doing a deep dive into some regional popular Canadian sandwiches, and some insight from the WDC Staff Team about their personal favorites, too.
Whether you're running a booming restaurant or a small foodservice operation, you know there is one staple item on your menu that even the fussiest eater can appreciate — a sandwich. One of the most popular sandwich styles is the Panini. This hot sandwich became popular in Italian sandwich shops in the mid-1900s.
Grilled cheese sandwiches are a favourite for many and a popular choice on restaurant menus. They're a special treat and each bite brings a flavourful mouthful that's enjoyable and can only be described as comfort food.
Sandwiches are more than a couple of pieces of bread thrown together with some lettuce, cheese, and meat. They're a staple in the food industry. In some ways they're like art; you can make them into anything you want. They're so popular that there's even a National Sandwich Day on November 3rd each year celebrating the easy-to-make treat.
While we may not physically be together as much these days as we once were, the WDC family is still strong, even when we're kilometres apart.
Like most industries across the globe, food service has changed drastically in the last year. With in-person dining on hold, Canadian restaurants have experienced an influx in the demand for carryout and takeout orders.