07/06/2012 03:11 EDT | Updated 03/06/2014 02:59 EST

Food In Canada: Map Of Country Showcases Delights, Differences (INFOGRAPHIC)


Across the almost 10 million square kilometres of this fair country, food takes on different shapes and forms, depending on where you go. Yes, despite beer commercials telling Canadians we're all same, it seems our preferences align closely with our provinces.

Take Quebec, for example, producer of 90 per cent of Canada's maple syrup, where pouring the sweet stuff on snow and wrapping it around a Popsicle stick is a weekly (or daily -- no judgement) activity.

And then there's flip side, like in the north, where game meats are part of the diet in the Yukon and Northwest Territories -- but prices for vegetables and baby food can reach shocking heights.

The editors at Canadian Living magazine pulled together a great graphic to showcase the diverse products that come from Canada -- including a few surprises. And we'll tell you off the bat that doughnuts aren't featured in a single spot.

Check out the gorgeous food map from Canadian Living, and visit the magazine's website to play with a full interactive version of the map:

SEE: HuffPost Canada editors and bloggers got together to 'hack' some Canadian classics. Have your own creations? Let us know in the comments below, or on Twitter at @HuffPostCaLiv:

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