That’s a Wrap! Food and Beverage Week’s Meatiest Posts

From mouth-watering snacks to calming herbal teas to energizing shakes, we hope this week left a particularly delicious taste in your mouths. No matter what your flavour, we had a round-up of truly inspirational brands and products. Whether it was delectable breakfast foods to start your shoppers’ day off right, the juiciest ingredients to better complete their evening dinner plans, or the necessary supplements to sustain them in between – we covered all of our food bases.

We also added an extra helping of brain food to the Hubba Blog menu. Want to know how to keep the attention of today’s generation? We’ve got you covered. Questions about how to build your brand with the help of those highly-sought-after influencers? Check! Is building a community what’s most important to you? We have a post on that too! Want to revisit any of the aforementioned posts? Read on and click through!

Campus Protein’s affordable yet high-quality supplements, protein and stacks are ubiquitous on University Campuses country-wide. True experts on how to market to millennials, the founders divulge their social media strategy and dole out some heavy-duty advice.

For many, ending up in outer space was once a childhood dream. For Holy Crap cereal, it was an unexpected result of being on hit TV show, Dragon’s Den. Follow the founders’ journey from being on a television station to getting their product onto the Canadian Space Station.

What’s better than family? Confreda Farms’ heartwarming story of how a humble farm became the pillar of a community.

Condiment Queen, Erika Kerekes of Not Ketchup gives us a dollop of wisdom on how to dip into one’s network to better build influencer relationships.

Natural health consultant, researcher and writer JP Fanton does his own round-up and dishes out his personal favourites from #HubbaFoodBev week.

Amy Van Es

Amy Van Es

Amy is our Multimedia Specialist at Hubba. With a background in design; journalism experience; and a mounting obsession with new media theory, Amy thrives on impactful narratives, clean layouts, and lattes.

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