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By Jo-Ann McArthur Fads burn bright, then burn out. Plant-based eating may have seemed like a niche trend at one point, but it’s now an established and evolving in the mainstream. The far end of the spectrum, veganism, which advocates for quitting all animal-derived products, including meat, eggs, dairy and even honey, is still uncommon. […]

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By Divakar Raju While we tend to assume foodies are Instagramming Millennials, there are other important players leading the charge in the evolution of food culture. Boomers are huge influencers, and they lend their clout to different areas as they retire. According to StatCan, 5,000 Canadian Boomers are retiring each week. A boom that once represented […]

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Press Release Foodora bike and car couriers announced their plans to unionize with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW). Foodora is an international, app-based company that facilitates online food ordering and delivery. They have operations in cities across Canada, with Toronto being their largest Canadian market. Foodora charges restaurants 30 percent per order and only pays their […]

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Press Release DoorDash, the largest and fastest-growing on-demand destination for door-to-door delivery in more than 4,000 cities in the United States and Canada, today announced its official launch in its 50th Canadian city, Winnipeg. The company plans to double its Canadian footprint to more than 100 cities by the end of 2019. Today, DoorDash is live in 50 cities […]

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Press Release Tim Hortons guests now have the chance to choose from three new Oreo flavoured baked goods and to add a new Oreo-flavoured Iced Capp to their list of go-to beverages. “As one of the most loved cookies in Canada, Oreos are a staple treat. That’s why we’re excited to pair our most popular baked goods and our Iced Capp […]

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Press Release IKEA Canada has sold its last plastic straw. The retailer announced it has phased out all single-use plastic straws in Canada, nine months ahead of its global commitment to eliminate all single-use plastics from its product range and restaurants by January 1, 2020. “Plastic straws have become an important symbol in the global movement to […]

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Press Release Chefs and cooks from across the country are gathering for the 56th Annual Canadian Culinary Federation (CF) National Conference this coming May 26 to 30. When this dynamic group of professionals comes to town, the goal is to explore the Niagara region through the joint lenses of sustainability and taste by including wine […]

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By Sophie Mir If there was any lingering doubt about plant-based meat mainstreaming, Beyond Meat’s recent IPO, the biggest of 2019, ought to have quelled them. Founded in 2009 with venture capital from Bill Gates and Tyson Foods, amongst other, Beyond Meat’s share price started the day at $25 and reached a high of $63.43, […]

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By McCormick Canada As executive corporate chef for McCormick Canada, Juriaan Snellen has a passion for flavour and a wealth of culinary experience. Juriaan is originally from Europe and has significant culinary experience in quick service, casual dining and fine dining environments. In addition to his chef de cuisine certification, he has a degree in […]

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By Mark Jachecki Millennials are entering parenthood, and not surprisingly, their kids are picking up on their food savvy, creating an increasingly important family demographic in commercial foodservice in Canada. Brands have noticed, too. Operators and chains that didn’t offer kids’ menus previously, like Tim Hortons, have recently rolled out menus intended to appeal to […]

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