With local food as a touchstone, people can sample different dishes, experience different cultures each week
Andrew Coppolino · CBC News · Aug 13, 2022
For Pam Fanjoy, the distance between social work and a professional restaurant kitchen is relatively small but still represents a big opportunity to address issues of diversity, equality and inclusiveness.
Fanjoy has recently launched Fanjoy Cooking Up Change — a not-for-profit organization designed to provide support and opportunities for a range of stakeholders, including women and non-binary food entrepreneurs especially in rural areas.
Part of the project includes a new Foods of the World market that running Saturdays in Hillsburgh, Ont, from now until Oct.1.