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 […]Read More »
Malabar in the News
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 […]Read More »
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 […]Read More »
The Internet is flooded with trendy diets and conflicting advice on what a healthy diet is. The conversation has expanded beyond nutrition to consider whether the foods we eat are not only healthy but also sustainable – often leaving people confused about what is “good” and “bad” to eat.Read More »
Every 3 years, Frankfurt Germany hosts IFFA, the oldest running trade show for the Global Meat Industry since 1949. Malabar team has been attending this show for over 30 years.Read More »
Malabar Super Spice was
founded by a German sausage-making family to provide spices, seasonings, ingredients and supplies to sausage makers and meat processors across the country.
Many of Malabar’s oldest customers are expert sausage
makers, and so, with BBQs starting up across the country,
Malabar pays homage to the sausage.
Spices have always played an important role in our world. As food, they’re an essential part of a healthy existence. A form of currency throughout history, spices are appreciating in value once again, with spice markets expected to grow 8% over the next five years.Read More »
Sodium is the sixth most abundant mineral on earth. As humans, our bodies need a very small amount of sodium to conduct nerve impulses, contract and relax muscles and maintain a correct balance of water and minerals. So, what is a small amount? How are we doing in reducing our salt intake? There is an alternative POTASSIUM CHLORIDERead More »
For many years, what commonly came to mind with the term ‘ Spice’ were black pepper, garlic and paprika. With the advent of the internet, social media and increased travel, we’ve become more adventurous in our tastes. We now have a wonderful potpourri of spices in a variety of colours, textures and flavours to enhance even the simplest dishes.Read More »
As part of our ongoing commitment to bring the world to you, Doris Valade, recently had the opportunity to visit a variety of European butcher shops, farms shops and retail grocery stores in Birmingham, England and in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It was a colourful tour of delicious foods & in this issue of the Main Ingredient, we share highlights of this tour with you!Read More »