Fall is officially here. The days are cooler and the darkness is creeping up on us a bit earlier each day – leaving us little choice but to spend more time inside. Cooking is a great remedy for the cold ...
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Educating Your Staff

To ensure that you have qualified and knowledgeable staff, Albion Farms & Fisheries’ Customer Service Team provides training that will make your team feel confident in their knowledge of meat and seafood selections. Today’s customers care about the ingredients in ...
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Catering to Different Generations

Today’s foodservice establishments often accommodate five generations eating side by side. The perceptions and expectations of these groups about what the menu should be are very different. From traditional generation and baby boomers through to Millennials, their changing attitudes and ...
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Safe Internal Cooking Temperatures for Meat and Fish

Every year, thousands of Canadians get food poisoning (also known as foodborne illness or food-related illness). Since harmful contaminants cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, it is important that you cook your food to a safe internal cooking temperature to ...
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Wild Caught and Farmed: The Difference

The difference between farm-raised fish and wild-caught fish is simple: farm-raised fish are grown in pens that are often submerged in ponds, lakes, and salt water and on land. They are often fed factory made fish food. Fishermen catch wild caught fish in their natural ...
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