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Rich insights
Rich Products of Canada is dedicated to educating chefs, operators and foodies across
the country. Rich Insights is a publication which features trending information, market research,
and innovative product solutions. The documents offer a quick snapshot of a hot topic/category, with an in-depth understanding of the marketplace for Canadian operators, large or small.

Below are the latest issues of Rich Insights


Baked Goods - 2014

Spring 2014 - Baked Goods

Baked Goods are an essential everyday food item and have relevance from both a historical and cultural point of view. Historians date the first evidence of baking to even before humans mastered fire.

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Summer 2013 - Pizza

Pizza has got to be the most widely accepted meal option among Canadians. In a recent survey, 95% of Canadians reported eating pizza at least once a month.

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Summer 2013 - Sandwiches

With 75% of menus featuring at least one type of sandwich, sandwiches remain a long standing favourite on the vast majority of Canadian menus.

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Spring 2013 - Desserts

Consumers have long held preferences for the familiar and attach nostalgic qualities to certain foods, and desserts are no exception.

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Fall 2012 - Pizza

Canadians’ affinity with pizza appears to be growing as consumers recently reported that they are eating pizza more often today than they were just two years ago.

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Spring 2012 - Street Food

Street Food” is the current buzzword for restaurants and food trucks purveying global snacks, but it’s a well-established phenomenon in cities around the world.

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Fall 2011 - Health

Most operators can probably attest to the fact that their best-selling items tend to be craveable, fully satisfying options served in generous portion sizes rather than items that have been singled out as healthy choices on the menu.

View Fall 2011 - Health