U of Guelph study finds a huge appetite for non-traditional ethnic produce

Glen Filson says he isn’t surprised by the results of a study he is coordinating that found a healthy demand for exotic vegetables in Canada’s biggest and most ethnically diverse city. But what amazes the University of Guelph professor is the size of that market and the many opportunities it presents for entrepreneurial agricultural producers in Ontario and other parts of the country.
 

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