Born into a large French Métis family of cooks who treated gatherings like a cooking competition, it’s only natural that founder Suzan Stupack followed that passion and started an award-winning agribusiness.
Suzan inherited her love of feeding people from her grandmother, an incredible woman who always made everyone around her feel special. Between her grandmother and her aunties, family parties were a veritable food fest—and there was always a pot of delicious baked beans.
At an early age, Suzan learned about dietary restrictions to help her father manage health issues. Seeing how important nutritious meals were inspired a lifetime of cooking from scratch.
Suzan and her husband Andrew have been blessed with two beautiful daughters, a grandson, and two sons-in-law who love to eat! Her family has supported The Stak Co since its inception. From social media campaigns and accounting to helping out at farmers’ markets, they always find time to lend a helping hand.
When she’s not busy running her business and keeping her finger on the pulse of the food industry, Suzan enjoys walks along the lake near their home in Winnipeg Beach.
Grown right here in Manitoba, The Stak Co agri-products are flavourful, healthy, and satisfying “ready-to-be-made” meal options. Their flavours are infused with freshness and great taste, without the use of preservatives or additives.
Our products are designed to meet the consumer’s demand for product transparency, convenience, affordability, and nutrition. It also fills the increasing need for protein-packed alternatives to meat.
Within each Fall Edition of The Manitoba Box you will find one of The Stak Co. mixes (Pea Soup, Northern Classic Chili, Loco Burrito or Tortilla Soup Fiesta). Each recipe variation is low fat, gluten-free, peanut-free, low sodium, and a powerhouse of nutrients; including protein, complex carbohydrates, fiber, folate, potassium, and vitamin B. They’re easy to cook and great for flexitarians, vegetarians, vegans, lifestyle, outdoor enthusiasts, families, and entertaining.
Check out her website- www.thestakco.com