Top holiday delights, made right here in Newfoundland & Labrador
Published by CME Staff on December 13, 2016
St. John's, NL -- The Newfoundland & Labrador division of the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME NL) is proud to announce the top delectable food and beverage delights to enjoy this holiday season that are manufactured right here.
1. Rodrigues Cranberry Wine - Rodriges Winery, Whitbourne.
2. Mummer's Selection Chocolatier's Choice - The Newfoundland Chocolate Company, St. John's.
3. Turkey and Dressing Sandwich - Smith's Snacks, Norman's Cove.
4. Central Dairies' Eggnog - Central Dairies, Mount Pearl.
5. Pepsi Cola & Schweppes Products - Browning Harvey, St. John's.
6. Fresh Root Vegetables- Lester's Farm Market, St. John's.
7. Black Horse Beer-Molson's Coors, St. John's.
8. Peppermint Nobs - Purity Factories, St. John's.
9. Smokey Avalon Cheddar - Five Brother's Artisan Cheese, Goulds.
10. Iceberg Beer - Quidi Vidi Brewery, St. John's.
11. Peanut Butter Balls - Chatman's Bakery, Charlottetown.
12. Mt. Scio Savoury - Mount Scio Savoury Farm, St. John's.
13. Fruit Peel Bread Wreath - Rocket Bakery & Foods, St. John's.
"Our province is blessed with an array of quality products that are made with care by Newfoundlanders and Labradorians," says David Haire, Vice President, CME NL. "From Cranberry Wine to Fruit Peel Bread Wreaths to Central Dairies' Egg Nog, this bakers' dozen of 13 tasty treats we've selected represent our past, present and future as a vibrant trade-active manufacturing economy."
"These companies employ hundreds of our residents and it's very important that we all continue to support shopping local and helping to promote our local iconic brands," Haire added. "By buying local items directly from the manufacturers, you're ensuring the money you spend goes directly back into the pockets of NL communities, and you'll feel great during the holiday season sharing them with family and friends."
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters is Canada's largest national trade and industry association, and the NL division has the distinction of having the highest member ration per capita of any other division in the nation.
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