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Cavendish Farms Receives Award for Hash Brown Patties


Cavendish Farms has received the Product of the Year Canada Award for its All-Day Breakfast Mini Quick Cook Hash Brown Patties, a March 21 new release said.

“We are thrilled to see that Canadians love Cavendish Farms All-Day Breakfast Mini Quick Cook Hash Brown Patties as much as we do,” Julie Levesque, senior director of marketing for Cavendish Farms, said in the release. “It’s exciting to be in such good company with this year’s winners showcasing the greatness and quality of Canadian products.”

The release noted the annual Product of the Year awards are the world’s largest consumer-voted award for outstanding product innovation. Cavendish Farms won in the 2023 breakfast food category.

The All-Day Breakfast Mini Quick Cook Hash Brown Patties are bite-sized, golden potato patties which take only five minutes to cook in an air fryer, the release said.

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