Which company made a splash this year by reviewing the recipe for one of its most popular products to make it healthier? What book has allowed thousands of Canadians to cook more balanced meals? Which school set an example by choosing to serve more fruits and vegetables to their students?
Every year, the DUX Grand Prix highlights leadership in agribusinesses, non-profits, institutions and commercial firms outside the food industry that made innovations leading to better food choices. During the DUX Gala, over 20 awards are presented in these three board categories: Products, Communications and Projects.
The DUX Grand Prix was the very first initiative to be launched by DUX Eat Better, Live Better in 2011. Since then, it has rewarded over 80 industry leaders and has inspired many others to put health at the core of their research and projects.