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  • Is Organic Really Better for You?

    September 3, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    A new study has found that organic strawberries contain more nutrients, are tastier, and are better for the soil than conventionally grown strawberries. The study, “Fruit and Soil Quality of Organic and Conventional Strawberry Agroecosystems,” was led by John Reganold,

  • Accent Alimentaire sur le Québec

    September 2, 2010 by

    PROFIL DE COMPAGNIE C’est du gâteau! Lionel Ettedgui prend en main la division Boulangerie de Saputo, avec des résultats délicieux Par Carolyn Cooper Pour Lionel Ettedgui, la décision de joindre les rangs de Saputo l’année dernière a été assez facile

  • Company offers corn-based alternative to BPA

    September 2, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    Canada made a bold move in August by adding bisphenol-A (BPA) to its list of toxic substances. With this news making headlines, manufacturers will likely have to start looking into alternatives to the industrial chemical. BPA is mainly used to

  • On the Shelf: Recent new consumer product launches!

    September 2, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    M&M’s Pretzel Chocolate Candies from Mars Canada Inc. offer consumers the ultimate treat for their sweet and salty cravings. The candies combine the milk chocolate of an M&M’s chocolate candy with a round, salty nugget of pretzel in the middle.

  • Supplier News – September

    September 1, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    • Ocean Spray’s Ingredient Technology Group has launched a new website at www.oceansprayitg.comwww.oceansprayitg.com • Russell S. Flowers, chairman and chief scientific officer of Silliker Group Corp., is the 2010 recipient of the Maurice Weber Laboratorian Award from the International Association

  • Feds Invest in Organics Industry

    September 1, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada has announced it will invest $6.5 million in cutting-edge research to grow market opportunities for the Canadian organics industry. The investment will be managed by the Organic Federation of Canada (OFC), and will address the priorities

  • Cut the Salt

    August 31, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    Low-So Salt Replacer from Malabar Super Spice is a modified potassium chloride that offers a solution to manufacturers looking to produce delicious, low-sodium products, with the potential for even higher yields. The new product is the result of a patent-pending

  • Special Coverage: IFT10 Annual Meeting + Food Expo

    August 31, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    The Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting + Food Expo took place in Chicago, Ill. from July 17 to 20. Food in Canada was at the show where more than 1,000 exhibiting companies highlighted or launched myriad products. If you

  • Special Coverage: Process Expo 2010

    August 31, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    The Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting + Food Expo took place alongside Process Expo in Chicago, Ill. from July 17 to 20. Food in Canada was at both shows where more than 1,000 exhibiting companies highlighted or launched myriad

  • Beer Connected to Psoriasis in Women

    August 31, 2010 by Food in Canada staff

    A new study suggests that women who drink regular beer have a greater risk of developing psoriasis, an immune-mediated skin disease. According to the research, the same results are not true for women who drink light beer, wine or other

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