Food & Beverage
Alberta RCMP reviewing whether COVID 19 death of meat plant worker was criminal
(CP) CALGARY – RCMP in Alberta are reviewing whether…
A look at new restrictions under Ontario’s stay at home order
(CP) TORONTO – Ontario has declared a state of…
WeedMD consolidates medical distribution activities
Closes facility to maximize production efficiencies
B.C. biz consultant sets up shop in East Berlin, NS
Providing consulting services in beverages, as well as small-scale production services
Federal fisheries minister gets flak from coastal mayors over Discovery
Decision to phase out fish farms in the Discovery Islands.
Fired Tyson boss says COVID office pool was a ‘morale boost’
The office pool involved roughly $50 cash
Illegal winery busted at Alabama town’s sewage plant
Investigators discovered glass containers, buckets and a fermenting rack
Slaughter options at crisis level for BC farmers
The situation has become critical for small scale and…
Industry group seeks to shorten two week shutdown of Nova Scotia poultry plant
Chicken Farmers of Nova Scotia seeking options for processing plant in Berwick
Nature’s Path installs far-UVC light technology in its NA facilities
Becomes first food manufacturing company to install tech that helps protect employees in real-time
Aurora Cannabis laying off 214 workers
Chief science officer to retire
US challenges Canada’s dairy quotas in first test of new trade agreement
Claims Canada’s distribution of its tariff-rate quotas is unfair to American farmers.
Families will pay up to $695 annually for groceries in 2021: report
Researchers said in the study that COVID-19 will continue impacting food prices next year.
ATS makes an offer for global food and beverage equipment supplier
Italian company will allow Cambridge, Ont. automation provider to broader growth.
Nestle to spend $3.6B on improving climate footprint
Will boost regenerative agriculture and increase the use of renewable energy.