Food In Canada

  • Ensuring the growth of SMEs in Quebec’s agri-food processing sector

    September 16, 2020 by Food in Canada Staff

    Inno-centre and Quebec’s Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, are proud to announce the large-scale deployment of a support service for SMEs in the agri-food processing sector to drive their performance and growth. The Government of Quebec will provide $5.5

  • Industry Insider Q & A

    October 28, 2009 by Food in Canada

    Gerhard LatkaCo-founder and President, Crofters Food Ltd. Gerhard Latka’s background in food production goes back to 1969, when his father founded a world-class natural food flavour house in Nördlingen, Germany. For Latka, who was nine at the time, this is

  • Industry Insider Q & A

    October 28, 2009 by Food in Canada

    Maria Fiallos Co-owner, Las Chicas del Café Back in 1996 Maria Fiallos decided to take a break from university in Ontario and spent five months back home at her family’s coffee farm in Nicaragua. It happened to be during coffee

  • Industry Insider Q & A

    October 26, 2009 by Food in Canada

    Julie LarochePresident and CEO, Guardian Angel Foods For Julie Larochelle it was heartbreaking to see her son, who has severe food allergies, always left out during celebrations and family gatherings when it came to eating cake or treats. So she

  • Industry Insider Q & A

    October 22, 2009 by Food in Canada

    Sybil TaylorDirector of Marketing, Steam Whistle Brewing Sybil Taylor was first introduced to the beer industry through an internship at Guelph, Ont.’s Upper Canada Brewing. After that she was hooked. “I just loved the beer industry. It’s so much fun,

  • Industry Insider Q&A

    April 21, 2009 by Food in Canada

    Steve CavellCEO, Organic Meadow Inc. The mission behind Guelph, Ont.-based Organic Meadow Inc. might have been considered radical at the time. According to the company’s website, the founders, “pioneers of organics,” envisioned “a totally new food system” – one that

  • Building Bonds

    March 30, 2009 by Food in Canada

    It might be a rarity in today’s economically challenging times to hear a business owner talk with passion and confidence about the strength of his business. But when you’re talking to Leigh Young, president and owner of Winnipeg, Man.-based To-Le-Do

  • Pat Libling

    February 23, 2009 by Food in Canada

    Pat Libling was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1987. Over the years the 58-year-old mom of three daughters tried the gluten-free products available on the market or tried making products from gluten-free cookbooks, but was never too impressed with the

  • Industry insider: Q&A

    January 20, 2009 by Food in Canada

    Eric ThompsonPartner, Moon Shadows Estate Winery and Maple Moon Sometimes you can turn a hobby into a small business. But it’s not that often that a small business yields another sideline and a whole new previously unheard-of category. But that’s

  • Industry Insider: Chris and Peter Neal

    December 22, 2008 by Food in Canada

    Chris and Peter Neal Co-owners, Neal Brothers FoodsIt’s only fitting that for its 20th anniversary Concord, Ont.-based Neal Brothers Foods has come full circle. The brothers, Chris and Peter, launched their company 20 years ago from their mom’s kitchen while

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