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Foods of the World: New program in Erin to assist women entrepreneurs

Members to sell cultural food at markets on Saturdays


New program in Erin to assist women entrepreneurs

By Joshua Santos

Orangeville Banner

Tuesday, August 9, 2022


Cultural flairs and exotic eats can help people understand a country’s heritage without travelling thousands of kilometres away.


A new cooking program in Erin hopes to do just that while providing marginalized groups a chance to bring their spices to the table.


“This can be an opportunity to bring our rural community back together again through events that promote a greater understanding of different cultures,” said Chef Pam Fanjoy, owner of Fanjoy Culinary + Wellness Centre. “To create an environment in Erin and Hillsburgh of more inclusiveness.”


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