Canada - one of the largest economies in the world. 11th place for GDP. In this country, a lot of interesting things - have their own special "chips", which may not all know - on AMarkets materials.
Country maple syrup
Canada produced 9,486 million gallons of maple syrup in 2014. At the same time 8.58 million gallons came from Quebec. The city even has its own association syrup producers - a kind of OPEC, which controls global production of syrup. In Quebec accounts for 71% of world production of sweet feed.
In Canada, much space is occupied by forests (348 million hectares) that these forests could be planted in full the total area of Japan, Italy, Cambodia, Nicaragua, France, Germany, Ghana, Cameroon, Sweden, South Korea, Uruguay and the UK.
Monopoly in the segment of coffee and donuts
As of 2014 approximately 15% of Canadians daily visited network establishment Tim Hortons. This is about 5.3-5.4 million people per day. The restaurant sells 2 billion cups of coffee per year. Every 8 out of 10 cups of coffee sold in Canada is Tim Hortons. This is about 60% of the total coffee market institutions in the country.