December is full of holiday celebrations, but with 98 per cent of Canadians saying that bacon is among their favourite foods, there’s one event that can’t be missed. In celebration of National Bacon Day on December 30, 2019, duBreton®, an all-Canadian pork specialist at the forefront of Certified Humane®, GAP 5-step and Organic pork production in North America wants to share just how much Canadians love – you guessed it, bacon.
Toast to the New Year …with a side of Bacon
With 27 per cent of Canadians liking bacon more than New Year’s Eve, National Bacon Day provides the perfect opportunity to ring in the new year early and on a delicious note! With 2020 fast approaching, impending resolutions fill the air and if duBreton® can offer you one piece of advice: don’t go bacon your heart! It’s not a question of what we should give up – but what we want!
Choose the Better Choice
DuBreton® encourages Canadians to take a delicious approach to the new year with a product we love and can feel good about. By choosing duBreton®, you’re guaranteed premium pork products from pigs raised and processed to the highest standards of quality and animal care. Say yes to delightful bacon strips from duBreton® Rustic Farm Pork (blue) and Organic (green) labels. If you’re looking for Certified Humane® pork with no added nitrites or nitrates, choose duBreton® Rustic Farm Pork Black Forest Bacon. Alternatively, if you want GMO-free product, duBreton® Organic Bacon is ready-to-fry in both Smoked and Black Forest Smoked flavours.
DuBreton® products are available at major grocery stores and specialty organic and natural health retailers, including Whole Foods, Longo’s, Metro, Farm Boy, Organic Garage, The Big Carrot, Nature’s Emporium, Sobeys and other purveyors of fine foods. Find a delicious library of bacon recipes, from appetizers to desserts and cocktail drinks at dubretonrecipes.com.
†The survey was commissioned by duBreton through L’Observateur October 25 to October 29, 2018 as an online survey among 1,005 randomly selected Canadians. The margin of error – which measures sampling variability – is +/- 3%.