Peace Point Rights takes “Dish a Day” for world

Canadian distributor Peace Point Rights has picked up the worldwide distribution rights to The New Flemish Primitives-produced Belgian food series, A Dish a Day (pictured).
September 9, 2015

Canadian distributor Peace Point Rights has picked up worldwide distribution rights to Belgian food series A Dish a Day (pictured).

The deal sees the Toronto-based distributor acquiring season one and seasons two through four from Brussels-based producer The New Flemish Primitives.

The series follows award-winning Belgian chef Jeroen Meus as he stirs up nutritious, budget-friendly meals – whether it’s a new twist on an old classic or a recreation of modern cuisine – in minutes for viewers to replicate at home.

Peace Point will preview an English-language version of the in-development series during October’s MIPCOM market in Cannes.

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