Questions About Maple Leaf Meal Solutions?

At Maple Leaf Foods, we’re dedicated to great taste and premium quality. If you have questions about our meal solutions, find your answers here.


  • Can I freeze your Meat Strips?

    Yes, it can be frozen by the best before date on the package.

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  • Do I have to keep Maple Leaf® Ready Crisp® Bacon in the refrigerator?

    Since Maple Leaf® Ready Crisp® Bacon is fully cooked and immediately sealed for freshness, it can be stored unopened, at room temperature (below 29°C/85°F), refrigerated or frozen. Always store in refrigerator after opening the package

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  • Can I freeze your Fully Cooked Roasts?

    Yes, however this product performs best if stored in the refrigerator and used before the best before date indicated on the packaging.

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  • I have a few minutes to prepare a meal - what can you suggest?

    MapleLeafFoods.com is home to many recipes - whether you are short on time, need convenience or help in the kitchen!

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  • How do I cook your Meat Strips from frozen?

    These products are ready to eat, right out of the package or stir into your favourite warm dishes during the last few minutes of cooking time. If frozen the product should be defrosted prior to heating.

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  • Can I boil in the bag your fully cooked roasts?

    Yes. Remove cardboard sleeve and film from microwave-safe tray. Place unopened pouch in large pot for boiling water. Simmer uncovered for approximately 20 minutes. Carefully remove pouch from pot, cut with scissors and pour into tray provided, serve. CAUTION: POUCH WILL BE HOT.

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  • Can I freeze Maple Leaf® Ready Crisp® Bacon?

    Since Maple Leaf® Ready Crisp® Bacon is fully cooked and immediately sealed for freshness, it can be stored unopened, at room temperature (below 29°C/85°F), refrigerated or frozen.

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