Thought I'd call your attention to the fact that March is Nutrition Month. This year the theme for the month is "Celebrate food...from field to table!"
The aim is not only to encourage and support healthy eating but also to promote sustainable eating habits in the Canadian population. Canada is a huge country, but, at least at present, only 7.3% of our land is designated as agricultural. But we do a lot with the space we have - more that 160 species of fish and seafood are supported here in addition to more than 120 land-based crops such as apples, tomatoes, cranberries, and potatoes. And who hasn't heard of Québec maple syrup and Alberta beef! In order to encourage Canadians to explore the foods that Canada has to offer, Dietitians of Canada has created a consumer factsheet with helpful information re: Canadian-produced foods from all four food groups.
While you are on the Dietitians of Canada website checking out the available factsheets I would encourage you to check out the different tools available for consumers, such as the Eating + Activity Tracker, the Recipe Analyzer, and the Virtual Grocery Store.