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Poultry company partners with RRC food progam

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Manitoba’s largest poultry processor has invested $200,000 in a new relationship with the Red River College’s Paterson GlobalFoods Institute to find new meal options and markets for chicken and turkey, a news release today said.

Granny’s Poultry Farmers Co-operative will work closely with the college and conducting independent research in its own space in the downtown Winnipeg institute to put more flavourful and unique chicken and turkey products on kitchen and restaurant tables across Canada, the release said.

The Granny’s team will work alongside the college’s Culinary Arts, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Professional Baking and Apprenticeship staff and students in March.

"Together students and industry will help imagine, conceive and develop practical ways to make locally-grown food more interesting, affordable and flavourful for home cooks and high-end chefs alike," the release said.

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