Companies are no longer allowed to slaughter animals or prepare meat products, including for export
Acquisition strengthens Quebec company’s presence in Canadian and US markets.
Results combined with previous investigations found 47% of the 472 fish samples were mislabelled in six Canadian cities.
Bee Vectoring Technologies has created a way for bees to deliver a bacterial fungicide to blueberry, sunflower and other crops.
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.
Mike Cammalleri’s BioSteel is now developing a line of cannabidiol products.
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.
McGill research shows levels far higher than what other studies have found in other foods.
Already approaching 33 million pounds, which is nearly as much as all of 2018.
Regulations will make edibles legal come into force Oct. 17, a year after Canada legalized the sale and purchase of cannabis.
An industry has formed around spent grain with entrepreneurs turning it into cookies, breads and even dog treats.
Recent growth is backed by almost 30 years of ground-breaking research.
Four to six tonnes of plastic debris from shellfish aquaculture is collected from beaches annually.