From Nutritious 3D-Printed Foods to Interactive Food Studios

By: Rebecca Byers - Apr 5, 2016
From family-oriented culinary board games to immersive food tour vacations, these modern food education ideas highlight the fast-evolving nature of digital tools that streamline access to culinary knowledge and expertise. Whether one is looking for a suitable resource for their child or to expand their own culinary repertoire, there are plenty of products and services suitable to all ages and all levels of palate.

The Becel Blend Bar is a clever culinary pop-up that was recently hosted at a Toronto supermarket. The colorful experience featured celebrity and local chefs and included demonstrations on cooking with Becel's margarine product, as well as information regarding the origins of the product itself. The unique experience is memorable and likely to resonate with consumers looking to better grasp the differences and benefits of margarine over butter.