Made in Canada

Would you be able to live if everything that you bought, used or ate was Made in Canada? RFRK’s Founder and Chief Food Innovation Officer, Lulu Cohen-Farnell, joins host Frédéric Choinière in this first episode, navigating a grocery store when everything that’s bought must be from within our Canadian borders.

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‘You need to accept that change can be good’ Lulu featured in The Globe and Mail

RFRK’s Founder, Lulu, discusses her passion for eating real food which has resulted in serving nutritious meals to over 15,000 kids every day!

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Real Talk on Institutional Food: RFRK featured on Foodstuffs

Lulu and David discuss the challenges of delivering healthy food to hospitals and the potential impact that Real Food would have on hospitalized kids.

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How do we raise healthy eaters? Lulu featured in MENU magazine

How do we raise healthy eaters? Through advocacy and education! RFRK’s Founder, Lulu, explores the challenges and opportunities of the school lunch hour in Canada.

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How Does Your Local Food Grow?

As Wayne Roberts explores the growth of local food webs across the globe, he sites RFRK for promoting local sustainability in Ontario!

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Healthy Fare in Schools? It’s Food for Thought: RFRK featured in the Toronto Star

The Toronto Star reached out to RFRK to learn more about how we cook nutritious, locally focused meals for over 15,000 kids throughout Ontario.

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Rolling Brand Ambassadors: RFRK featured in The Globe and Mail

Thanks to our super reliable, energy efficient Mercedes-Benz BlueTEC vans, we are able to punctually deliver nutritious food in time to eat daily!

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Master the Purpose Principle: RFRK featured in Canadian Business Magazine

Being connected to a company’s values can drive employees more than any other factor at work. That’s why Canadian Business reached out to RFRK!

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Rethinking Hospital Food with Real Food for Real Kids Grantee Spotlight from the Greenbelt Fund

With an investment from the Greenbelt Fund, RFRK is re-designing their entire operation to meet HAACP regulations and begin serving hospital patients.

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Lulu featured in OptiMYz Magazine

OptiMYz is Canada’s largest female fitness and lifestyle magazine and they recently featured RFRK’s Founder, Lulu, as “fitrepreneur” of the month!