ATS makes an offer for global food and beverage equipment supplier
Italian company will allow Cambridge, Ont. automation provider to broader growth.
BioNeutra wins another accolade for VitaFiber
Edmonton manufacturer’s VitaFiber sweetener declared world’s top beverage ingredient.
Aphria buys US craft brewer in US$300M deal, may help with expansion
Business will be key to its expansion plans and help it access the US more quickly in the event of federal cannabis legalization.
Forty Creek honours BC’s heartland with Nanaimo Bar Cream
Liqueur pays tribute to the name and flavour of the West Coast dessert.
Sunsprout Micro Greens Alfalfa recalled due to possible Salmonella
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the products were distributed across Ontario.
China considers imposing tariffs on Australian wine
Focuses on wine in containers 2 litres or smaller, which accounts for most Australian exports.
Noble Foods Nutrition acquires co-packing activities of Betty Lou’s
Expands Montreal energy bar contract manufacturer’s presence in the North American market.
Terramera supports Business Council of B.C.’s economic recovery initiative
Initiative will leverage B.C.’s agri-tech sector to grow jobs in the innovation economy and tackle climate change
Maple Leaf Foods earns $25.7M in Q2 on higher plant protein sales
The company says its net income amounted to 21 cents per share for the three months ended June 30
New Brunswick beekeepers say 2020 will be a sweet year for honey production
Despite the impacts of climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 will be a good year for honey production
Fisheries subsidies fuel ocean depletion and hurt coastal communities
Fishing subsidies are resulting in serious overfishing
The coronavirus pandemic requires us to understand food’s murky supply chains
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of knowing about our supply chains
Return of baseball, basketball brings customers back to sports bars
Restaurants Canada revealed in early July that the majority of food-service businesses across the country are still losing money
Yukoners turn to farming to build self sufficiency, market for local food
As Yukon’s local food business develops, there’s potential to start exporting food products to Alaska or southern Canada
Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. needs better plan for local industry: AG
Sales of local alcohol products through the corporation have risen significantly.