Food & Beverage
Currently seeing demand-based shortages, not supply-based shortages.
Production at Harmony Beef was halted after one of its employees tested positive for COVID-19 a day earlier.
Maple Leaf, Cargill and Mondelez are among the food processors taking measures to prop up employees
$3 per hour, retroactive to March 16; bonus also applies to salaried employees in the factories who cannot work from home.
Government won’t grant operating permits for the plant, which is about two-thirds built.
The THC/CBD beverage will be available on provincial eCommerce platforms and at brick-and-mortar retail locations across Canada.
Putting their spirits to work to help fill the shortage brought about by the coronavirus.
As part of the project, the Canadian Horticulture Council will survey potato fields to determine the levels of Potato Early Dying disease
Police investigators say so far “neither race nor racism has been identified as a factor in this incident.”
Postponed Boston seafood show creates further challenges for companies trying to reach alternative markets to Asia.
Legal cannabis market slower than expected taking share from the elicit market due to distribution and product availability issues.
Toronto-based food company makes two-bite brownies, brands include Create-A-Treat, Mason St. Bakehouse and the Worthy Crumb Pastry.
Producers are having difficulty getting their products to market
At the new store, opening Feb. 25 in Seattle, shoppers can grab milk or eggs and walk out without checking out or opening their wallets
Plans to produce oral delivery formulations including extended release, instant release and bi-layered hard pills.