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What’s NEW at Malabar?

WORLD OF FLAVOURS Let’s start our Journey starting in Canada. We have chosen different flavours from around the world using our marinades. You can take your customers on a tour of World of Flavours READ MORE

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What’s NEW at Malabar?

DIPPING SAUCES These delicious and practical sauces come in many varieties and are on trend with consumers today. Send your customers on a journey through world cuisine. Our products allow exotic dishes with the requisite flair to be created in next to no time READ MORE

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What’s NEW at Malabar?

WOK SAUCES MALABAR wok sauces bring variation to Asian cooking. They are composed using original recipes and they taste and look fantastic. Wok sauces are ready to use and very easy to handle. Suitable for wok dishes but also for other Asian meals. They go with beef, pork and poultry, and with Asian-style fish and […]

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What’s NEW at Malabar?

LAK-TOP HAM BRINE SEASONING All of these seasonings contains – NO Allergens – NO Added Yeast Extracts – NO HVP – NO Added Flavour Enhancers – NO Palm Oils/Fats – NO Hydrogenated Oils/Fats – ALL SUITABLE FOR HALAL The new LAK-TOP range consists of 6 seasonings blends, each imparting great flavour in the final product. […]

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2020 Food Trends

Plant-based Innova believes the opportunity for mainstream plant-based claims is wide open. The trend taps into three concerns that are becoming more common: environmental impact of food choices, animal welfare, and the desire to eat healthier, according to Eating Well. Also, new plant-based technology means today’s meat substitutes can feel, look, and taste more like […]

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DON’T MISS MALABAR’S FALL PROMOTIONS

Adventures in FLAVOUR Cooler weather finds consumers spending more time cooking and baking in the kitchen than grilling on the bbq. Comfort food is back on the menu. Think fall simmering spices — toasty cinnamon, spicy cloves and aromatic nutmeg and ginger.

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Red meat consumption may not be linked to poor health outcomes

In recent years, multiple studies have been released suggesting a link between red and processed meat consumption and health risks, such as cardiovascular disease. Now, a panel of international scientists suggests that most people can continue to eat red and processed meat as they do now without cause for concern. READ MORE

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Canada Names its Team for the World Butcher’s Challenge

Part of this meat-loving movement is the revival of the lost art of butchering, and, for the first time ever, Canada will be entering a team into the World Butchers’ Challenge — a three hour and fifteen-minute trial where competing teams are given a side of beef, side of pork, whole lamb and five chickens […]

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2019 Meat Industry Expo October 25 & 26th, 2019 Come by visit us @ booth 406

Date:  October 25, 2019  10am – 5pm        October 26, 2019   10am – 3pm Where:  Scotiabank Convention Centre – Niagara Falls Come and visit the MALABAR booth #406 – Come experience Flavours around the World. Gone are the days, the time to prepare North American staples like meatloaf and tuna casserole. These days, folks are craving dishes with […]

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Can Plant-Based Meat Alternatives Be Part of a Healthy and Sustainable Diet?

While Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods burger patties are lower in total and saturated fat than a beef burger patty and contain zero cholesterol (they are similar in calories and protein), they are also both higher in sodium. Without further studies, there is no evidence to substantiate that these nutrient differences alone offer a significant […]

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