Food & Beverage
Bee Vectoring Technologies has created a way for bees to deliver a bacterial fungicide to blueberry, sunflower and other crops.
Guelph, Ont.-based LifeScanner sells kits in sets of two or four for about $31 or $50, respectively.
U.S. farmers have been operating at a disadvantage in Japan since Trump withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.
Psagot says it was conspicuously left out of the earlier proceedings.
WTO ruled the US could retaliate over illegal aid that the 28-country EU gave to Airbus.
Ryding-Regency is recalling dozens of products produced on May 27 and May 30.
Mike Cammalleri’s BioSteel is now developing a line of cannabidiol products.
Found evidence linking red meat consumption to cancer, heart disease and other bad health outcomes is weak.
European-style bakery company has earmarked $170 million for its Boucherville, Que. plant.
Patty will taste different from the ones customers can eat at other fast-food chains in Canada.
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Company announced in May it would test its three meatless breakfast sandwiches at some stores.
Multi-year agreement has a retail value of approximately $1 billion.
Tuna giant asked to half the fine that could lead it to bankruptcy, judge declined.
Already approaching 33 million pounds, which is nearly as much as all of 2018.