Battle Creek, Mich.-based Kellogg Company is one of the first baked goods and snack foods companies to estimate the financial impact of the 1,555 products recalled in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration and the 184 products recalled…
Food in Canada is producing a special summer issue to mark our 80th anniversary and we want to hear your success stories!
Campbell Canada’s new Blue Band sodium-reduced line of soups highlight healthy flavour.
A statement from the federal government says the revised TPP agreement will benefit farmers and food processors
The revisions aim to reflect the latest scientific evidence on diet and health
The Canadian government is investing more than $500,000 for the Canadian Celiac Association to help increase awareness and enhance access to Canadian sources of gluten-free grains
In a statement, the Canada’s federal government has announced closer ties with Germany when it comes to agricultural research
To remain competitive, meet demand and increase jobs, Canada’s agricultural industry needs to innovate, says the Agricultural Institute of Canada
In its latest RBC Economic Outlook, RBC says consumer spending, business investment and government spending are all helping to keep Canada’s economy at “above-potential growth”
The Canada Organic Trade Association released its latest analysis, finding that the organic sector is continuing to grow with two-thirds of shoppers adding organics to their purchases each week
The Minute Maid Company Canada Inc. is celebrating 60 years of Minute Maid orange juice. In 1945 the National Research Corporation of Boston developed juice powder from real oranges using a “high-vacuum” dehydration process. Soon the Florida Foods Corporation began…
Policy on ready-to-eat-foods comes into effect April 1
A made-in-Canada oat variety is the basis for Campbell Canada’s nutrient-rich new meal solution
The 8th edition of Canada’s Food Price Report 2018 says La Nina and convenience are going to affect the cost of food
More than 1,500 food and beverage processing companies from across Canada have launched Food & Beverage Canada, a new national voice that will be based in Ottawa
University of Saskatchewan graduate student David Asper has created a new cattle vaccine. The university’s website reports that the veterinary microbiology student’s work, which is soon to be published, is based on the idea that humans can be protected from…