Our 6 Favorite Local Products to Find at l’Expo Manger Santé et Vivre Vert 2017

More than 280 exhibitors and 90 conferences; this is what awaits you at the Expo Manger Santé et Vivre vert, 2017 edition, which will be held on March 18th and 19th in Quebec City and on March 24th, 25th and 26th in Montreal. Of course, who says exhibitors said tastings and that's why we have prepared a top of the products that you must inevitably taste. These are all presented in the Aliments du Québec pavilion on these weekends!

1. Cranberries, Vanilla, Orange and Ginger Tea

Cranberry is a very versatile fruit. Its variations are almost infinite. Have you ever experienced cranberry tea? Well, you can finally try it at the Canneberges Nutra-Fruit stand.

2. Vegan soup

There is nothing more comforting than a good soup in this winter time. Available at the Passion d'ici stand, the whole range of Comme ma mère vegan soups, prepared by the Verger trois pommes will be available for tasting. Barley, brown rice, ground peas, lentils; there is something for everyone!

3. Potted salad

Yes, this is real! These are literally salads in a pot with multiple flavors. Ma Vitrine Bio specializes in organic meal salads served in reusable pots. A unique concept that completely reinvents the idea of ​​ordinary salad. Note that Ma Vitrine Bio will be present only at the Montreal exhibition at the Palais des congrès.

4. Boldwin Pale Ale Beer

Brewed in Boucherville, the Boldwin Pale Ale of the Brasserie New Deal is a blond beer that has to be tasted. Undoubtedly, you will succumb to its fruity notes (apple, pear and tropical fruits) balanced to perfection and its refreshing effect.

5. Organic Nordic Fermented Milk

Nutrinor offers you, exclusively, the very first range of organic Nordic products. During the exhibition, the organic Nordic fermented milk will be offered to tasting. A great opportunity to try new recipes with this organic Nordic fermented milk.

6. Dried haskap

It is your chance to taste this little fruit unfortunately unknown. Spread, grout, dried or frozen; La Camerisière Granbyenne suggests different variations of the haskap. Note that this exhibitor will only be at the Quebec City Convention Center.

Appetizing, isn’t it? To find out more about locations, rates and how the exhibition works, visit www.expomangersante.com.


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