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  • Is food labelling getting smarter?

    October 11, 2016 by Gary Gnirss

    There is an insatiable appetite by consumers to better know the food they eat. How much info should be on the label?

  • Food waste fight

    October 11, 2016 by Food in Canada

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

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    The need for speed

    September 27, 2016 by Food in Canada

    Weber Packaging Solutions’ L-A 6000 meets the needs of distribution centers to label variable-sized cartons at ever increasing line speeds with accurate shipping information

  • Recycle your breakfast

    August 16, 2016 by Food in Canada

    Research shows more food and beverage cartons could be recycled

  • Regulatory Labelling: Protect Your Business

    August 9, 2016 by Birgit Blain

    RECIPE TO RETAIL: Part 8 Sometimes brand owners make bad business decisions that can damage their brand, like trying to save money on the regulatory aspect of food labels. Regulatory labelling should not be approached as a do-it-yourself project. Legislation

  • Canada & Manitoba invest in Maple Leaf bacon expansion

    July 21, 2016 by Food in Canada

    The expansion project is expected to increase bacon production at Maple Leaf Foods’ Winnipeg-based facility by eight million kilograms every year

  • 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

  • Opinion Packaging

    Packaging: Much more than a pretty face

    June 23, 2016 by Birgit Blain

    RECIPE TO RETAIL: Part 7 Packaging is a huge investment. Jumping into label design without a plan is like baking a cake without a recipe. Packaging mistakes can be costly resulting in lost sales and expensive redesigns and packaging write-offs. Optimizing

  • Squeaky Clean

    May 12, 2016 by Food in Canada

    Challenges and limitations remain as companies continue to clean up their labels. But does the focus need to be on changing consumer perceptions?

  • Slim cans

    May 11, 2016 by Carolyn Cooper

    ESKA has launched slim cans of carbonated natural spring water. The 250-mL slim cans are available in regular or naturally flavoured with lemon and lime varieties, and contain pristine spring water, 100-per-cent pure and bottled in Canada. All flavours are