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Novel Ethnic Foods – Including Flatbreads – May Soon Appear On Canadian Grocery Shelves

October 4, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
A food fad that began in Europe has migrated to Canada and could become a “revolutionary new category,” according to a Quebec-based importer. But the cheese-and-pepperoni-filled “pizza cone” is just one example of the novel ethnic foods -- on display at the recent Grocery Innovations Canada conference -- that shoppers may find on grocery shelves in the near future. In addition to sauces, spices and marinades, importers unveiled Philippine foods and foods derived from Middle Eastern, Indian and Greek cuisine, including barbari flavored flatbread that can be used to make bruschetta or margherita pizza and chapatti roti (Indian flatbread) to make kids lunch wraps.
Lauren La Rose, "Pizza cones, new ethnic foods, artisanal fare heading to Canadian stores", The Canadian Press , October 04, 2012, © Postmedia Network Inc
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