Seven oyster companies in New Brunswick will share a $1.2-million investment to help them improve efficiencies and expand operations
Old Dominion Freight Line’s state-of-the-art technology reduces handling and transit times
Canada’s new Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a five-year, $3-billion investment that comes into effect in 2018
Newfoundland and Labrador and the federal government are contributing funding to help eight fishing enterprises acquire new equipment
Shellfish is riding a wave of popularity, as seafood brands appeal to consumers’ desire for health, convenience and flavour
Loblaw Companies Limited will spend $1.3 billion to open new stores, renovate more than 500 existing stores and offer more fresh food at select Shoppers Drug Marts.
Cognex Corporation says its new DataMan 8050 series of barcode readers are rugged and fast
Consumer Physics’ new SCiO handheld scanner can analyze food, plants and medications. For food, it can give consumers nutritional facts, ripeness and spoilage analysis
Florida-based frozen and fresh Atlantic salmon importer, Atlantic Trading LLC, is now part of the High Liner family
High Liner Foods acquired Rubicon Resources, a California-based importer and distributor of sustainably sourced shrimp
Company will cease operations in Malden, Ma.
High Liner Foods Inc. yesterday reported a disappointing financial report for its third quarter, and consequently to cut costs the company said it has let go of 14 per cent of its salaried employees and will be employing five critical…
According to a recent survey conducted by Restaurants Canada – craft beer and microbrews are here to stay. The survey asks chefs across Canada to list the hottest trends in foodservice
Here’s a roundup of news and products from the Institute of Food Technologists’ (IFT) Annual Meeting & Food Expo in New Orleans from June 21 to June 24
The WHO releases preliminary findings from a study that show the global burden of foodborne diseases. World Health Day – April 7 – is dedicated to food safety
The federal government says the agreement will mean Canadian consumers will benefit from a greater variety of goods at lower prices and Canadian industry will enjoy a level playing field