Food In Canada


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    Sugars-based ingredient rules bittersweet – Regulatory Affairs – Nov/Dec 2020 – Gary Gnirss

    January 18, 2021 by Food in Canada Staff

    Canada’s ingredient and nutrition labelling rules are now in the final stretch of their transition period between the former and new rules. The original transition period was scheduled to end on December 14, 2021, but both the Canadian Food Inspection

  • Feature Products

    Pet food in Canada – Demand for raw diets to continue its double-digit growth

    January 18, 2021 by Food in Canada Staff

    In 2017, leaders at an Ontario company called Dane Creek Capital started buying raw dog food companies across Canada. These companies, falling under Dane Creek’s United Raw banner, include Mountain Dog Food, Pets 4 Life, Spring Meadows, Naturawls and Tollden

  • Feature Packaging

    Meeting the challenge

    September 18, 2020 by Food in Canada Staff

    By Treena Hein From industry-wide initiatives to private partnerships, there is a great deal happening with sustainable food packaging in Canada today. Currently, new innovations are being marketed and recyclable packaging for all food products (in many cases made completely

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    Science skepticism

    December 9, 2019 by Ron Doering

    In September, there were several media reports of a survey by 3M that found that 32 per cent of Canadians are “skeptical of science.” The results were universally treated as “worrisome,” “alarming” and “depressing” because such a lack of trust

  • Addressing sustainability

    December 1, 2019 by Food in Canada

    How some Canadian pet food manufacturers are creating products that are nutritious while being easier on the eart

  • The imitation game

    December 1, 2019 by Gary Gnirss

    Alternatives to conventional meat, egg and dairy foods have been around for decades (margarine, for example) but developments in the past few years with plant-based meat and dairy products, in particular, have been keenly focused on enhancing the appeal of

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    Tackling seafood fraud

    December 1, 2019 by Food in Canada

    What some companies and NGOs are doing to reduce mislabelling — but what else is needed by Canada’s seafood industry to prevent further loss of public trust?

  • Market trends

    December 1, 2019 by Food in Canada

    By Larry Martin I’m writing this from Sweden where a delightful farm visit reminded me of forgotten wisdom. The farm formerly specialized in crop production but decided to add value by integrating forward with a livestock enterprise. This added profitability

  • The future of good food

    December 1, 2019 by Food in Canada

    The challenge is that the current measures of environmental impact, and the data being used to drive these measures, need to be modernized and expanded

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    Nourishing a hungry market

    December 1, 2019 by Food in Canada

    New Quebec pet food plant a ‘natural fit’ for Groupe Legault and Groupe Inovo

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