Peak Processing granted cannabis processor’s licence
Service model is aimed at cannabis-licence holders and non-licensed CPG groups looking to enter the Canadian market.
Dairy processors to lose $100M if USMCA takes effect in July: Plett
Processors stand to lose upwards of $100 million if the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement takes effect as scheduled.
The puzzling probe into Canada’s alleged bread cartel
Competition Bureau investigation could potentially restore peace within the food industry family.
Backward integration to push resins growth
New report says processor compounders will see their share of the market grow fastest
Sask. budget: No new taxes, but incentives take a hit
Incentives for industry to increase employees at head offices.
Poultry plant fires shows little has changed for many Chinese workers
Callous approach to worker safety in China that leads to frequent industrial disasters.
$50M pasta plant in Regina on a back burner
Plans to build a $50-million pasta-processing plant in Regina have been put on the back burner.
Sunnymel hiring 250 people for NB chicken plant
Chicken processor Sunnymel is hiring 250 people, skilled, unskilled and office personnel, to work at a poultry slaughterhouse it is building in Clair, NB.