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How to Make Sense of the Food Industry’s Marketing Terms?

Over the last few years, consumers have been increasingly focusing on buying unprocessed, pure foods. And, every year, a large number of products hit the shelves. The food industry uses claims which can help us to choose, or leave us confused. Here are some common marketing terms, and what they really mean.

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What’s Happening with the Price of your Shopping Basket?

16 January, 2017 No Comments

Do you follow the shopping basket price saga? What should we expect this new year? Will it rise or fall?

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TOP 10: Healthy Meal Prep Sunday Freezer Recipes

16 September, 2016 No Comments

Have you heard of Meal Prep Sunday? Tons of people now join in this weekly ritual where they prepare large quantities of food for the following week. The recipes are usually easy, healthy, and most importantly, taste just as good, or better, after they’ve been frozen, thawed, and reheated! It’s an amazing phenomenon and one […]

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Why Does Healthy Bread Cost more than White Bread?

31 August, 2016 No Comments

One of our members asked why wholegrain breads cost more than white bread. We explain why in this article.

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TOP 10: Desserts under 50 cents per serving

Aspiring pastry chefs know that a great dessert is the perfect end to any meal. It should be delicious, interesting, and leave your guests feeling full but not too stuffed. It should compliment the meal, whether it’s fancy or simple. Here at SOSCuisine, we also think it should be easy on your wallet as well […]

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Restaurant Day: eat at your neighbour’s place!

Do you dream of opening your own restaurant and serving people the dish that made you famous at office parties? You want to discover the hidden culinary talents of the people you pass every day in the street? Then Restaurant Day is for you!

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10 Food Scraps That You Should Never Throw Away

18 April, 2016 No Comments

Food waste is a serious problem all around the world. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), about a third of the food produced worldwide winds up in the trash. In the industrialised world, the majority of the waste comes from consumers who buy too much food and throw it […]

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Is the price right? Grocery Price Checker Now Available for free

Have you ever asked yourself at the supermarket: ‘Is this price right?’ Of course, you can’t memorize the prices for all the products you buy frequently. What’s more, there are different formats, price by the pound, by kilo and per unit, colorful labels in the aisles… How can you succeed in buying intelligently without falling […]

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TOP 10 Recipes under one dollar per serving

It seems like every year our grocery bill goes up, making it harder and harder to find nutritious, balanced meals that suit the whole family. Most of us know how to shop for cheap food – rice, beans, potatoes, eggs, etc. – but how many of us know how to transform those ingredients into great, […]

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Eating Well for Less

Is it possible to eat healthily and save money? The answer is YES, but you have to monitor prices closely and avoid buying any processed foods—which implies cooking from scratch—and avoid buying fruits and vegetables that are out of season or pre-prepared.

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Our tips: Consuming food after the expiry date

16 February, 2016 No Comments

Lots of people think that foods that have crossed their expiry date should definitely be thrown out. But this is not necessarily the case, because this date is no guarantee of food safety. It is more of a suggestion from the manufacturer indicating the time during which the food is at its freshest. Actually this […]

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4 Tips for Eating Affordable Fruits and Vegetables this Winter

14 January, 2016 1 Comment

Since the beginning of the year, the image of a cauliflower on sale at $7.49 has been setting the Internet ablaze. Unfortunately, a record low Canadian dollar means that imports are costing us more. Ironic, when compared with the rest of the world where the prices of major food items have fallen 20%, according to […]