Canadian federal, provincial and territorial governments have concluded negotiations on a new Canadian Free Trade Agreement they say will help expand businesses and increase economic growth across the country.
The creators of a new frozen dessert took their inspiration from a bowl of oatmeal
As wheat production experiences a decline in Australia, Canadian supplies get more of the market
Company’s first canola refinery in Canada is its largest in North America
A new study out of the U.S. has found that cereals aimed at children tend to contain 85 per cent more sugar, 65 per cent less fibre and 60 per cent more sodium when compared to cereals marketed to adults.…
The elimination of tariffs under CETA will add $1.4 billion to Canadian goods exports to Europe by 2022, but companies can’t sit back and just wait for that to boost their sales; innovation is still key
The CFIA and other partners will modernize the Centre over the next five years to make it better able to protect Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sector
Under its Fair Labelling Practices Program, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has tested food products such as confectionary, snack foods, baked goods and cereal and found that many fail to live up to the information on their labels. The…
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail have signed an agreement to share news in food, plant and animal science
Canada’s CFIA and the U.S. FDA have agreed to share food safety science information, which helps to keep consumers safe
Chia, an ancient seed used by the Aztecs, is being rediscovered by consumers and food processors who recognize the value in its nutritional benefits
Trade mission to China to result in new agreements for pork, beef and canola
Poll shows China’s growing influence will remain a key issue for North American food industry
The Canadian International Grains Institute has elected its new board members and has ushered in a new funding model
The Canadian International Grains Institute is marking its 50th International Grain Industry Program this month
The Canadian International Grains Institute received $15 million in funding to help it develop new markets, and offer more technical support and customer care.