Food & Beverage
Will donate $0.20 for every bottle and can of Danish Pilsner and Lite sold in Canada.
Trade group says this year’s harvest is estimated at more than 175 million pounds for all of Quebec
Cargill plant in High River shut down for two weeks due to a COVID-19 outbreak, now operating at about 60% capacity.
Approximately 20,000 migrant workers come to Ontario each year to work on farms and in greenhouses.
Retailers banned reusable packaging as use of plastic containers went up, and some cities cut or cancel recycling programs.
650 workers at the Alberta plant have tested positive for virus and one has died.
If plant growth keeps increasing, length of the growing season could remove CO2 emissions from the atmosphere.
Whatever the causes of food instability, there are demonstrable, viable solutions.
Toronto brewery is short of bottles because of restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic leading to a decline in returns.
Be aware of the obstacles ahead so you can continue to meet supply chain and consumer needs.
Edmonton manufacturer of sugar alternative VitaFiber posted a 135% three-year growth rate.
OHS report says workers weren’t included in an internal review of circumstances leading to over 950 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency will treat refusals to work n plants where there have been COVID-19 outbreaks as acts of insubordination.
Details about who will have access to the federal funds and requirements are still being worked out.
Animals waiting to be processed are backing up, farmers are paying more to maintain them and considering culls.