Brick Brewing Co. Limited has sold what could be Canada’s oldest brewery for $2.4 million
Millennials Foods Inc. has introduced ready-to-drink sets of Bubble tea GO consumers can prepare at home. In a statement, the company says there are two formats (with two or four units) and there are seven different flavours: raspberry, strawberry, piña…
The president of the Ontario Craft Brewers Association says most of its members won’t be participating in the Buck-a-Beer initiative announced by the newly elected Ford government in Ontario. Scott Simmons said in a statement this week that while the…
The federal government released its 2014 Budget this week, which includes $390 million to enhance food safety
Comax Flavors offers a new collection called Butter Dish with flavours that can be used in a variety of food and beverage applications
B.C.’s first commercial beekeeping program couldn’t come at a better time – with a shortage of bees, the province’s pollination-dependent crops require thousands of bee colonies to thrive
The French’s Food Company has launched its new French’s Not Your Ordinary Caesar Cocktail Mix. The new product is available in both an Original flavour and a Fully Loaded version that is ready to go and is fueled with Frank’s…
Food in Canada is producing a special summer issue to mark our 80th anniversary and we want to hear your success stories!
Many food and beverage operators are wondering if cannabis edibles are a fad or are here to stay
A statement from the federal government says the revised TPP agreement will benefit farmers and food processors
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Canadian Brewing Awards
In a statement, the Canada’s federal government has announced closer ties with Germany when it comes to agricultural research
A report finds that Canada’s beer industry accounts for $13.6 billion in economic activity and supports more jobs and businesses beyond the breweries
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”
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
An independent research study, called Canada’s Wine Economy – Ripe Robust Remarkable, has found that the economic impact of Canada’s wine and grape industry is up 33 per cent from $6.8 billion to $9 billion over the period 2011 to 2015.