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Why is it so important to ensure that plant trials are well run and well documented?
Asian and European flavours, along with comfort food and locally sourced ingredients, are among the influences shaping food in Canada
Food in Canada examines the controversial state of Canada’s supply management systems for dairy, poultry and eggs
Why traceability in the meat chain brings both safety and economic advantage
Chia, an ancient seed used by the Aztecs, is being rediscovered by consumers and food processors who recognize the value in its nutritional benefits
Pasta and rice have moved from boring to bold, thanks to fresh innovations from manufacturers
Supplemental lighting is necessary in greenhouses during the winter, but it’s not as simple as flipping a switch
As 2014 approaches, Canada’s seafood industry is moving toward increased sustainability, greater consolidation, improved aquaculture and more innovative value-added products
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