Food In Canada

  • News Packaging

    Lay’s kicks off 2021 with logo and packaging change – highlighting made in Canada

    January 14, 2021 by Food in Canada Staff

    Lay’s new and modern look elevates the brand’s fan-favourite flavour cues, dials up appetite appeal and celebrates being made in Canada. The significant rebrand officially launched on November 30th, 2020. Some of the notable changes to the new bright and eye-catching

  • News Products

    Back for a limited time: Lay’s Chalet Sauce potato chips

    September 25, 2020 by Food in Canada Staff

    Lay’s Chalet Sauce potato chips are back. Grab your family-sized bag at any Swiss Chalet restaurant for $3.99. Available in-store only while supplies last. For nutritional facts, restaurant locations and more, visit here.

  • The demand for salty snacks

    May 31, 2019 by Christina Manocchio

    Salty snack consumption is on the rise. The industry continues to adapt to evolving consumer needs and it is reaping the benefits. Mintel looked into the salty snack sector and found that Canadians primarily see salty snacks as a treat

  • Classic Caesar chips

    July 5, 2017 by Deanna Rosolen

    Kettle Brand relaunched its Classic Caesar chips this spring. The company says the chips are inspired by the classic beverage, the Bloody Caesar. The chips have the same brine-y, tomato-y and spice flavours, with the same hearty crunch of all

  • Lay’s Chalet Sauce chips to launch at grocery stores

    September 27, 2016 by Food in Canada

    Lay’s Chalet Sauce potato chips were initially available only in-restaurant at participating Swiss Chalet locations, but starting in November, they are launching at the retail and grocery level

  • Lay’s Do Us a Flavour campaign returns, with a new spin

    February 25, 2016 by Food in Canada

    This year, Lay’s is asking Canadians to vote on 12 iconic international recipes to choose which three flavours will make it to Canadian grocery store shelves

  • Frito-Lay goes natural

    January 10, 2011 by Carolyn Cooper

    Frito-Lay North America plans to take 50 per cent of its products “all natural” by end of 2011

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