Quality, healthy food to your doorstep

by Kiss on January 30, 2014 - 5:16pm

I have a tendency to read news articles related to politics but this one caught my eye just as much. The company Mikuni Wild Harvest is known to sell exotic quality food to high quality restaurants around the world. It has made a profit of more than 10 million dollars last year in truffles, sustainable fish and so on but is now reaching out to the common man to sell some of its products. Their selection would include a monthly mushrooms selection or "bundles", boxes prepared by chefs, but no concrete menu has been announced yet.

I believe this to be a healthy step into educating people that they can eat delicious foods that don't involve exorbitant prices. It's important to promote simple, nutritious and delicious foods especially to the younger generations.


Original Article: ROCKEL, Nick. “Formerly for chefs only, soon on store shelves”. Published January 29, 2014. The Globe and Mail.


This is a very clear and concise news summary. I absolutely agree with the importance of promoting simple, healthy, and tasty foods, especially to children, adolescents, and young adults. While you present Mikuni Wild Harvest’s possible contribution to health education, I found an article, http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1245861/president-s-choice-children-s-ch..., that reveals what President’s Choice Children’s Charity is trying to do. In fact, the charity donates $3.3M to nutrition programs for children across Canada. The article is insightful and encouraging!

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