The Financial Post reported, "Toronto-based FoodiePages is looking to fill the gap between adventurous local foodies and the Canadians producing the best small batch food and wine across the country." (March 9, 2013)

Notable.ca listed FoodiePages.ca as its top Sites of the Season for Last Minute Gifts, saying:  "Have a foodie on your list with an appreciation for far-from-your-typical grocery store products? With FoodiePages, you can buy directly from more than 150 amazing small-batch food and wine makers from across Canada. This means great gift ideas for the food and wine lover, in addition to all you’ll need to host this year’s holiday dinner. Their curated collections, like their new Hidden Gems monthly wine subscription that delivers hard-to-find wines from Canada's top vendors each month, or the Chef’s Box monthly food subscription, which is picked by Canada's top chefs, make gift ideas that continue to give each month." (December 17, 2013)

Chatelaine suggested the CHEF'S BOX as the perfect gift for the home cook - "Five delicious gifts for food-lovers, delivered monthly!"

On December 5th Rita Demontis at the Toronto Sun suggested FoodiePages.ca - Celebrate the Maker | Shop the Market! - as one of her top holiday picks.

The December issue of Culinaire Magazine's Christmas Gift Guide suggested, "Send a loved one a box of delicious and healthy snacks made in Canada" - the Snack Box.

November 12, 2013 - FoodiePages.ca is the recipient of a regional Premier's Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence. "Pickled beets? Click. Birch syrup? Click. Basil pesto? Click. Since August 2012, FoodiePages has been connecting consumers with more than 80 farmers and small-scale food producers around the province and across the country, offering hundreds of high-quality products.               Consumers can browse recipes, check nutritional information and read about the people behind the products. But the biggest draw is convenience: FoodiePages lets them buy from dozens of different artisanal producers with a single transaction, any time of day, any day of the week."

Girl Meets Box called the October TASTING BOX "to die for... I can’t say it enough – this box was amazing! Chocolate so good, we made sounds while we were devouring it. The only problem was we wanted more!"

October 1, 2013 Locally Sourced profiles FoodiePages.ca co-founder Erin Maynes

FoodiePages.ca is named one of five finalists in Canada Post's 2013 E-Commerce Innovation Awards for most innovative small e-tailer.

See PetitePear's unveiling of the August TASTING BOX in this YouTube video!

On September 11, 2013, the Calgary Herald:  FoodiePages.ca is taking advantage of changes to the federal laws governing the shipping of wine by now offering bottles from some of the country's top small batch wineries, including Tantalus, Tinhorn Creek, Painted Rock Estate Winery and more - 17 wineries in all.  Offering reds, whites, roses, sparkling and dessert wine varieties, there's plenty to choose from, in multiple price points.

On September 6, 2013 John Szabo wrote on WineAlign:  Canadian wine consumers can look forward to another option for sourcing and purchasing top local wines. Foodiepages.ca, a Toronto-based e-commerce site that connects Canadian food and drink makers with consumers, is launching an online Canadian wine boutique in September. The virtual shop will enable Canadians coast to coast to purchase small lot Canadian wines from any province, expanding access well beyond the often limited selection found on liquor board shelves (you’ll find some of my wine recommendations on the site).

On August 26, 2013 Michael Godel wrote on o.canada.com:  A wide range of Canadian wines that aren’t available through provincial liquor stores are marketed on the Foodie Pages website, but the actual buying and selling is direct with the winery. If, as a Canadian winery, you can’t meet LCBO requirements such as producing and offering 300 cases of a particular product, you can likely forget about finding shelf space. This is where Foodie Pages comes in, to help the little guy enable connections.

The Canadian Box Addict has purchased and reviewed several TASTING BOXES - and suggests "act fast! Plan to be online as soon as the boxes are open for sale."

Ginger & Nutmeg called FoodiePages.ca a 'brilliant concept [that] delivers specialty Canadian food and culinary products to your mailbox' in its July 2013 article.

My Wine Pal talked with Founder Erin Maynes and noted "now people are looking for as local as possible, and from smaller producers who they can connect with either at a farmer’s market, at their farm, or ordering online, and look for quality as much as price" in July 2013.

writing whimsy says about the TASTING BOX:  "These boxes are so much fun for trying something new that I never would have picked out on my own!"

The Marketplace in the summer 2013 issue of EatInEatOut magazine featured such artisans as In The Oven, Really Horrible Enterprises and Make Cheese, as well as the Backyard BBQ Cooking Box.

The June 2013 issue of Western Living featured the Backyard BBQ Cooking Box:  Show dad you care this Father's Day with a gift basket chocked full of Canadian-made goodies made for grilling.

On May 27, 2013 The Memorandum wrote "If you love farmer's markets but find it difficult to visit your favourite vendors every week, you will love FoodiePages.ca".

On May 10, 2013 RoastedMontreal.com shared its picks "from this great Canadian website which is essentially an online farmers market where you can buy directly from Canadian food producers, farmers and artisans.  I love this idea because it gives another sales outlet, and a much wider audience to small producers who may not have the audience locally.  AND of course because it allows me to try food from all across Canada."

The spring issue of EatInEatOut magazine launched a collaboration with FoodiePages.ca - the new EIEO Marketplace curated by Erin Maynes, CEO and Co-founder of Foodie Pages.  Each quarter, readers can discover a rapidly expanding list of amazing foods from small artisans across Canada, and link directly to FoodiePages.ca to purchase.  Foodie Pages developed a custom gluten-free Foodie Box for this issue focused on `healthy eating`.

Shelley Pleiter at
QSB Magazine wrote "Foodies Without Borders - Erin Maynes` FoodiePages.ca connects food lovers with artisan producers from coast to coast" in its Winter 2013 issue. 

The loop by Sympatico profiled several artisans from FoodiePages.ca in its article on Canadian culinary gems on January 16th.

Mia Stainsby at the
Vancouver Sun listed FoodiePages.ca in its article 2013 food trends: casual cuisine rules on January 11th.

The January 2013 issue of Reader`s Digest called Foodie Pages a Virtual Vendor - Foodie Pages sells artisanal Canadian products - everything from sustainable caviar to lavender sea salt to organic purple popping corn - year-round.

Erin was back on
Global TV`s Morning Showon December 19th, talking about our Chef Boxes, including the 3 and 6 month artisan food subscription service.

Vicky Saunderson, whose blog On the House can be found at TheStar.com, talked about Foodie Pages` Jamie Kennedy Chef`s Box in her December 7th blog on
Gifts you can`t find at the mall.

Centretown Newspublished `New local food website brings farmers` markets into the home` on December 7th, with interviews from local Ottawa foodmakers Carolina Foresti of Carolina`s Box of Goodness and Joanna Zappia at Dolci Gluten-Free Bakeshop.

Food Punk`s Ange Leung raved about the delicious bites she received from FoodiePages.ca, including chocolate olive shortbread from Dinette Nationale, maple honey from Heavenly Honey and the always popular pepper jelly from Hot Mamas.

The Marilyn Denis Show featured Christine Cushing`s Picks - 6 delectable FoodiePages.ca products hand picked by Christine Cushing - on their December 5th 10 Days of Giveaways episode.

On November 30th, NOW Toronto promoted our `chef curated food and recipe box` subscription in their Pantry Picks for the BUZZ Holiday Edition Gift ideas for ... The Entertainers.

Queen`s University featured an online article in alumni networking:  A Q&A with internet entrepreneur Erin Maynes, Comm `07.

On November 22nd, David Ord featured the Chef`s Box on
Spotlight Toronto, saying "It used to be that buying online and supporting local were opposite choices. Since foodiepages.ca launched in August, Canadians have had the option of doing both at the same time."

WalletPop.ca noted Vancouver Island Salt Co., available on FoodiePages.ca, as one of 10 Hostess Gifts You`ll Want to Keep.

On November 5th, Foodie Pages provided `gift bags` to the participants at Taste Canada - The Food Writing Awards.  Each attendee received a trading card featuring a Canadian artisan food product, which they could trade for one of 55 different products, all from different producers available on FoodiePages.ca - and the attendee got to take home the product featured on their final card. 

On November 1st, Erin introduced our Chef`s Box on Global TVs
The Morning Show. as well as Foodservice and Hospitality, Canada`s Hospitality Business Magazine.

The November issue of Chatelaine reported "Shop Local on the Web - The tasty new foodiepages.ca is an online hub for carefully curated Canadian-made food products...."   See the web version of
Six foodie must-haves the Chatelaine Kitchen is loving now.

On October 31, The Toronto Sun wrote, "For the hard-to-buy foodie in your life — how about a limited-edition Chef’s Box, created by some of Canada’s top chefs and cookbook authors. ..."

On October 25, Laura Robin from the
Ottawa Citizen reported on Delectables to your doorstep - new website a one-stop shop for artisanal Canadian food products.

On October 17 The Good Food Revolution`s founding editor, Malcolm Jolley, interviews Erin Maynes, Foodie Pages` chief food lover and co-founder, in its
video blog.   Erin talks about how the idea for Foodie Pages came about, and introduces the soon to launch Chef`s Box.

On October 8th, Herbert Lui wrote about Foodie Pages and our upcoming Pop Up Shop and Chef`s Box in his article in
BetaKit, discussing how foodies can find out about artisanal food in today`s marketplace.

On October 3rd, chief food lover and co-founder Erin Maynes was interviewed by Derick Fage and Lois Lee on Daytime Ottawa, Rogers TV.

On September 12th, Gwendolyn Richards of the Calgary Herald wrote
A new website is bringing together artisan food producers - and those who craft kitchen wares - from across the country.

Erin Maynes, CEO and Co-founder of Foodie Pages, is a blog contributor to The Huffington Post Canada.

August 31st,
Vitamin Daily likened Foodie Pages to an online Mother Hubbard`s Cupboard!

On August 22nd, Jennifer Bain called Foodie Pages the One-stop online shop for Canadian artisan food in

On August 16th,
Western Living wrote "Great Idea:  Foodie Pages Online Farmers Market". 
"Discover Canadian foodmakers!" instructs FoodiePages, and we`ll happily oblige.  The website—launched this month, presumably in the wake of
our tweet lamenting the lack of a Good Eggs program up North—is like an online farmers market, or more accurately, a gourmand`s Etsy. Food producers from all over the country hawk their wares, so you can pick up salted caramel peanut butter from Vancouver`s Monkey Butter, wild rosehip spread from Saskatchewan`s Fresh Air Flavours, or butternut and beer chutney from Ontario. , without having to fight the market crowds. We particularly love the region-sorting feature—now the taste of Calgary (or Winnipeg or New Brunswick) is only a click away. If you`ll excuse us, we have some shopping to do. 

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