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Buying local is the responsible-consumption behaviour that has progressed the most in Quebec since 2010, and food is at the top of the list of products that Quebecers prefer to buy local, according to the Observatoire de la Consommation Responsable. In its recent survey of 1100 Quebecers on their food-buying habits, 79.6% of respondents said that they consider the word...
Annick Girard of Épluche ta ville shares her gift ideas for the locavores on your list.
According to our Épluche ta ville team, there are lots of ways that you can continue to eat sustainably even in the winter. Some vegetables are grown in Quebec throughout the year: carrots beets mushrooms cabbage onions leeks turnips apples potatoes Make sure that your grocery store carries these local products. If they don't already...
Actualité - 12 novembre 2013 - Tag : Épluche ta ville, Épluche ta ville web doc, Local food
Montrealers, join us at Megaphone on Friday, October 25 at 7:30 p.m. when Tourism Montreal – the organization behind Montreal's sustainable restaurant list – leads an exchange on sustainable tourism. We'll be there to showcase some of the sustainable and local food initiatives featured in our Épluche ta ville web doc series. In the meantime, you can discover...
Every October 16, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations marks World Food Day. This year's theme is one that is close to our heart: Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition. Celebrate World Food Day with us by watching this video where Normand Laprise, owner of Montreal's Toqué! and Brasserie T! restaurants, shares his inspirational vision...
Quebecers love to dine out. But is it still possible to eat local when eating out? According to this Épluche ta ville mini web doc, yes.
Actualité - 9 octobre 2013 - Tag : Eat local, Épluche ta ville, Épluche ta ville web doc, La Khaïma
Our Épluche ta ville team invites you to one last gourmet cooking demo and tasting event at Montreal's Jean-Talon Market this Saturday, October 5.
Interesting fact number one: Two-thirds of the food we consume here in Quebec comes from elsewhere.  Interesting fact number two: most Montrealers don't eat the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Interesting fact number three: There is a term to describe urban neighbourhoods where residents can't buy fresh produce within walking distance. We call...
The Conférence régionale des élus de Montréal wil hold its second annual Récoltes urbaines de Montréal, on Friday, September 20 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.  This night market will bring together farmers, gardeners and chefs to showcase urban agricultural products. Our Épluche ta ville team will be on hand to talk about exciting Montreal initiatives involving local food and...
Our Épluche ta ville team invites you to yet another food happening, this time as part of the lunchtime Pique-nique en vert to be held on Thursday, August 15 in the parc Hydro-Québec next to the Maison du développement durable in Montreal.