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  • Opinion Food Trends

    Health Food Barometer: 7 Opportunities

    October 14, 2016 by Birgit Blain

    With today’s rapid rate of new product launches, it’s crucial for brand owners to keep an eye on food trends. The CHFA East trade show is an excellent barometer to gauge changes in the health food movement and spot emerging

  • Feature Food Trends

    Getting serious about cereal bars

    October 11, 2016 by Food in Canada

    We recently set out to explore a small part of the serious world of cereal bars to see if they are all equally serious contenders

  • Food waste fight

    October 11, 2016 by Food in Canada

    How the packaging industry is helping tackle the growing food waste problem

  • Feature Food Trends

    Rise and dine

    October 11, 2016 by Food in Canada

    Nutritious and convenient breakfast alternatives fuel the day

  • Cider’s time to shine

    September 26, 2016 by Food in Canada

    Quenching consumers’ thirst for new flavours, cider producers are putting the fermented fruit drink back on the map

  • Feature Food Trends

    Pure protein

    September 26, 2016 by Food in Canada

    New protein options are all about clean ingredients and added healthiness

  • Chocolate treats

    August 16, 2016 by Carolyn Cooper

    Chip Ahoy! THINS are a thinner, crispier version of the traditional chocolate chip cookie Chips Ahoy! is known for. Packed with rich flavour but with only 30 calories per 30 g, the cookies are an ideal adult treat. Chip Ahoy!

  • Feature Food Trends

    By the sea

    August 16, 2016 by Food in Canada

    Sea asparagus, also known as Salicornia or samphire, may not be a household name yet – but this wild vegetable is well on its way to becoming more popular in Canada

  • Spilling the beans

    August 16, 2016 by Food in Canada

    The International Year of Pulses presents opportunities for Canadian producers and processors

  • Official Made with Pulses seal unveiled

    July 20, 2016 by Food in Canada

    The new Pulse Brand and “Made with Pulses” seal are green and gold symbols intended to help consumers easily identify food products that contain pulses