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These communication tools all have one thing in common: they allow those who consult them to learn more about food and to develop more knowledge to add to their plate.

Winner | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Plus de légumes, by Les Éditions La Presse is a book with 120 inspiring recipes that, as the name suggests, make you want to discover and eat more vegetables. For once, vegetables take centre stage and proteins are served as side dishes.

Winner | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Cuisinon en famille 2018 (#AmusonsNous), by Dairy Farmers of Canada is a campaign that encourages Quebec parents to involve their children in meal preparation, a key way to promote healthy eating. The idea is to provide practical and tangible tools to help families cook nutritious food together.

Winner | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

La meilleure diète ?! series, by Cynthia Marcotte, Nutritionist is a series of videos featured on YouTube aimed primarily at people aged 18 to 40 who are concerned about their weight and diet. Nutritionist Cynthia Marcotte analyzes all kinds of diets by testing them herself to enlighten her subscribers on the subject.

Finalist | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Un trio gagnant pour l’alimentation de l’enfant : parent, éducatrice, enfant, by Extenso, reference centre for nutrition is an ebook gently addresses parental responsibilities in the area of child nutrition and doesn’t have a prescribing or accusatory tone, while recognizing the key role childcare educators play.

Winner | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Éveillez votre p’tit gourmet, by Provigo is to educate kids about healthy eating. By involving them from an early age, an entire generation is made aware of the importance of eating healthy, and, in this context, Provigo acts as a facilitator.

Winner | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Viens manger! Trucs et recettes rusés, by Université de Montréal is a free ebook addresses the importance of eating well and doing so with limited financial resources, which is the case for many of the students who are particularly targeted by this publication. The jury liked the fact that it is accessible and noted that it is also suitable for foreign students.

Finalist | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Explique-moi… les aliments, by Éditions Auzou is a book that provides answers to many questions about food and the human body, cooking chemistry and preparation techniques, among others. It is an educational and relevant tool that leads young people to take an interest in food.

Finalist | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

La cuisine de Jean-Philippe, by Éditions Cardinal is a book with one hundred delicious, comforting recipes that are easy to make. The book briefly introduces some foods that are essential to the vegan pantry as well as a list of basic equipment the chef suggests.

Finalist | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Ménager la chèvre et manger le chou, by Éditions La Semaine is a book on the impact of plant-based diets on health and the planet. It describes how such a diet can have a positive impact not only on chronic diseases, but also on climate change.

Finalist | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Savoir quoi manger – Enfants, by Les Publications Modus Videndi is a book for appetite problems to pickiness, to lunch preparation, allergies and food intolerances, this book provides simple recommendations and practical tips that prove that eating well is fun and that it is learned progressively. The jury saw this book as a reference tool.

Finalist | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Arrive en campagne, by Coco.TV Créations Inc. is a program that promotes Quebec products and the agricultural world, and educates people about what they eat to encourage them to buy local products. It presents ways to make better food choices in order to favour Quebec producers.

Finalist | DUX Grand Prix Awards 2019

Rachelle Béry campaign – Fall 2018, by Sobeys is a campaign that highlights the benefits of organic and local food and the wide variety of products available at Rachelle Béry. It promotes a healthy diet through quality and certified food thanks to a very effective message.
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