Food Network Canada's John Catucci invites Canadians to experience the grease-cutting power of Ultra Dawn after dining on free poutine
TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With more than 20 million Canadians washing dishes by hand in a given day, thinking about the pile-up of dishes is top-of-mind for most Canadians. Ultra Dawn cleans two times more greasy dishes per drop versus the leading non-concentrated dishwashing liquid, meaning Canadians can enjoy their favourite dishes without worrying about the clean-up.
“Great food is about making the meals you love and enjoying family time around the dinner table and you shouldn't have to worry about the clean-up,” says John Stickney Ph.D., Senior Scientist at Procter & Gamble. “Ultra Dawn helps you tackle greasy dishes and because it is a concentrated formula, it contains less water so you can use a smaller amount to get the job done.”
Today, many Canadians can experience the grease-cutting power of Ultra Dawn in the heart of Toronto at Yonge-Dundas Square. John Catucci, celebrity host of Food Network Canada's You Gotta Eat Here! (Fridays at 9 p.m.ET), will be inviting Canadians to dine on the nation's most famous ooey-gooey cheese curds and gravy smothered culinary staple - poutine - and then they'll be washing their dish with Ultra Dawn.
“As a proud Canadian I've travelled across Canada taste-testing the cheesy goodness of our nation's most favoured dish, but I've also seen the gravy splattered plates and caked on cheese curds that are left behind, and it's not an easy clean-up,” says John Catucci, celebrity host of You Gotta Eat Here! “Today, I'll be hosting Dine & Dish with Dawn and joining fellow Canadians as they dine of free poutine and clean up the greasy aftermath using Ultra Dawn – because nothing should stand between a Canadian and their favourite meals.”
Canadians will be washing more than a thousand post-poutine plates to experience the grease- cutting power of Ultra Dawn. The concentrated dishwashing liquid can clean twice as many greasy dishes, while suds last, as the leading non-concentrated dishwashing liquid, and the proof will be in the sparkling stack of clean dishes.
When it comes to making messy meals at home, according to the survey, women (39%) are more likely to avoid making greasy and messy meals at home compared to men (35%) because of the expected clean-up. The survey also revealed some interesting insights into Canadians dishwashing habits:
Of all of the dishes washed in Canadian homes, 58% are washed by hand.
When asked about the best method for tackling hard-to-clean dishes, more than 13 million Canadians admit to letting their dishes soak overnight in the sink.
Ontarians wash the highest amount of dishes per day, washing an average of 19 dishes, cups or glasses in a typical day.
Quebecers wash the least amount of dishes per day, washing an average of 13 dishes, cups or glasses in a typical day.