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
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
New research from the Argyle Public Relationships Index show consumers have strong relationships with their grocers – in spite of the bread price-fixing scandal
BLOOM, a Toronto organization that helps companies become more sustainable, carried out a pilot project on a bakery that shows wastewater management reduces the need and cost for other solutions
The European Parliament has approved the implementation of Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
The elimination of tariffs under CETA will add $1.4 billion to Canadian goods exports to Europe by 2022, but companies can’t sit back and just wait for that to boost their sales; innovation is still key
Under its Fair Labelling Practices Program, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has tested food products such as confectionary, snack foods, baked goods and cereal and found that many fail to live up to the information on their labels. The…
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail have signed an agreement to share news in food, plant and animal science
Canada’s CFIA and the U.S. FDA have agreed to share food safety science information, which helps to keep consumers safe
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Health Canada and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are working on a joint food safety system to ensure comparable outcomes and reduce duplication
Chocolate confectionery sales continue to grow, and one popular trend is branching away from traditional chocolate formats
A new study confirms what many chocolate-lovers have long suspected – chocolate is good for the heart. The nine-year study followed 31,823 Swedish women aged 48 to 83, and looked at the amount of high-quality chocolate they ate as compared…
Mondelez commits $400 million to its cocoa supply chain
Even during tough economic times, chocolate-lovers refuse to give up their favourite indulgence. That’s according to a new survey from Mintel, which shows that worldwide chocolate sales continued to grow this year, even in countries not traditionally known for their…