Food In Canada


Features


  • Drink Rethink

    September 10, 2014 by Food in Canada

    From cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices and inventively formulated bubble teas, to health-focused functional drinks, innovation rules in the non-alcoholic beverage segment

  • GMO, Yes or No?

    September 10, 2014 by Food in Canada

    Labelling of products containing genetically modified organisms has become a political issue south of the border, leading many in the industry to wonder if Canada will be next

  • Feature Food Trends

    A Quality Cuppa

    September 10, 2014 by Food in Canada

    Specialty trends are stirring up the coffee and tea market

  • Feature Uncategorized

    Managing the marijuana edibles market

    August 8, 2014 by Deanna Rosolen

    The marijuana edibles market soars following Colorado legalization

  • Culinary Healing

    August 8, 2014 by Food in Canada

    As Canada’s population ages and we gain a better understanding of food’s role in the healing process, the healthcare sector could represent great opportunities for food and beverage manufacturers

  • Horticulture mash-up

    August 8, 2014 by Deanna Rosolen

    Hybridization is about doing what bees already do and have done for eons — naturally crossing fruits and vegetables to create novel new flavours

  • What’s Your Number (of fruit & veg)?

    August 8, 2014 by Food in Canada

    The food industry grapples with how to get Canadians to put more fruit and vegetables on their plates

  • Feature Processing

    Fibre and its measurement

    August 8, 2014 by Food in Canada

    Dr. David Mangan looks at changing methods for the measurement of dietary fibre

  • Feature Food Trends

    Black is the new black

    June 23, 2014 by Deanna Rosolen

    Antioxidant-rich black rice is an exotic staple quickly gaining popularity in North America

  • Feature Processing

    Dinner is ready

    June 23, 2014 by Carolyn Cooper

    The food Canadians are serving their pets reflects their growing knowledge of nutrition, their strong interest in high-quality ingredients – and the fact that pets are increasingly considered to be members of the family