In its latest RBC Economic Outlook, RBC says consumer spending, business investment and government spending are all helping to keep Canada’s economy at “above-potential growth”
University of Saskatchewan researchers have found that the agriculture industry hasn’t altered the nutritional makeup of the wheat grain consumed today in Canada
The Canada Organic Trade Association released its latest analysis, finding that the organic sector is continuing to grow with two-thirds of shoppers adding organics to their purchases each week
A new report from the Global Food Traceability Center compares traceability regulations and requirements around the world
A new report from the Conference Board of Canada and the University of Guelph’s Food Institute gives Canada’s food safety performance top marks
Maple Leaf celebrates opening of its flagship bakery in Hamilton, Ont.
The 8th edition of Canada’s Food Price Report 2018 says La Nina and convenience are going to affect the cost of food
More than 1,500 food and beverage processing companies from across Canada have launched Food & Beverage Canada, a new national voice that will be based in Ottawa
The Canadian Food Exporters Association has received a $2.1 million investment to help it open new export market opportunities for small- and medium-size processors
Canadian federal, provincial and territorial governments have concluded negotiations on a new Canadian Free Trade Agreement they say will help expand businesses and increase economic growth across the country.
A report from The Canadian Chamber of Commerce outlines why Canadian manufacturers aren’t as innovative as they need to be if they want to better compete globally
The Allergy, Genes and Environment Network says the researchers’ work shows evidence that genes play a role in food allergies
Dalhousie University surveyed Canadian consumers on the topic of genetically modified foods and finds while they are concerned, there are other more pressing considerations when it comes to food choices
A new study from Dalhousie University has found that almost half those polled would try cannabis-infused food, but even more worry about children’s access to it
Hypertension Canada conducted a survey that found Canadian consumers want to see better labels on foods and not just improvements to the Nutrition Facts table
When asked who’s most responsible for reducing Canada’s food loss and waste, a hefty majority of Canadians point the finger at themselves. But they’d like more information about how to do it according to new research by the Canadian Centre for Food…