Manitobans encouraged to celebrate Food Day Canada

The Manitoba government is encouraging Manitobans to shop, cook, dine and celebrate the quality and diversity of local and Canadian foods and cuisine by participating in the 20th anniversary of Food Day Canada tomorrow.  

Manitoba Agriculture Minister Derek Johnson says he encourages people across the province to take part in the conversation about all the ways we grow and enjoy food.

Johnson says since it began in 2003, Food Day Canada has become one of the country’s largest and longest-running celebrations of the people and products that make Canada’s food industry great.  

Johnson says he invites all Manitobans to celebrate our amazing diversity of food and cuisine as part of Food Day Canada.

Manitobans are encouraged to visit to share stories about how they are celebrating Canadian and local food and farming.   

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