Here’s some pretty interesting sites that I have come across.
Some of them have to do with cherries, some not!
Cypress Hills Winery: This winery is located near Maple Creek , Saskatchewan. If you are fortunate enough to go there for a tasting, or if you see their products in a liquor store, check out the Sour Cherry wine. Cam supplies the Carmine Jewel Cherries for this delicious beverage!
Western Development Museum: A fascinating place to visit to learn about some of Saskatchewan’s history. Santa Fe Food Company products are available at the Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, and North Battleford locations.
The Gardener for the Prairies Magazine: If you have even the slightest interest in gardening, this is the magazine for you. The editorial content of the magazine is developed with advisement from the Saskatchewan Horticultural Association, the Calgary Horticultural Society, the Saskatoon Horticultural Society, and the Centre for Continuing and Distance Education, University of Saskatchewan.
Signs ‘n Such: The connection here with Santa Fe Food Company is that this Swift Current, Saskatchewan sign company makes all of the signs for us. Deanne from Signs ‘n Such also has developed my website. Rumor has it that she is currently working on one for herself – crashcreations.ca. Stay tuned!
The Food Centre: This facility is located at the University of Saskatchewan, and is where we make the Santa Fe Food Company products. Scroll down and have a look at the new products listed on the home page, and check out the June 2012 issue of the eFood Focus for even more news about the Santa Fe Food Company.
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