Grocery guide shows newcomers where to get a taste of home

CBC News | Manitoba

For newcomers to Winnipeg, finding foods that taste like home can pose a challenge.

A new guide will make getting the ingredients to make a delicious Somali canjeero or Syrian manoushi bread a lot easier.

The guide, distributed by Food Matters Manitoba, shows newcomers where to buy traditional foods in Winnipeg.

“It’s really important because a lot of their traditional diets are very healthy,” said Amy Henderson, the newcomer program co-ordinator.

“It’s also really important to maintain their cultural traditions when they are here in Winnipeg and pass it on to their children. So a lot of times people really miss their foods from home.”

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