Food In Canada

  • VIBE tea makes recycling easier

    November 26, 2019 by Christina Manocchio

    New to Canadian retailers, VIBE Organic Electrolyte Black Tea has launched in select Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Alberta stores. These Tetra Pak teas are designed to make recycling easy for Canadians. Considering that only nine per cent of

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    Coffee & Tea Expo

    April 8, 2017 by Deanna Rosolen

    Starting on Saturday April 8th, Toronto coffee and tea lovers will come together to experience Toronto’s top brews at the first annual two-day Coffee & Tea Expo. Guests are invited to celebrate Toronto’s best indie cafés with samples from Mbuntu and

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    Finding success in fermentation

    April 15, 2015 by Food in Canada

    Uttara Balada Inc. produces Live Kombucha and has seen sales of this lightly effervescent, fermented tea skyrocket 2,000 per cent since 2014.

  • A joint study finds toxins in teas

    December 9, 2013 by Deanna Rosolen

    A new study from Alberta and Sweden has found that teas can contain myriad of toxic elements and consumers should know more about them

  • On the Shelf!

    June 8, 2011 by Carolyn Cooper

    Food in Canada’s latest roundup of new consumer products

  • On the Shelf: Recent new consumer product launches!

    June 2, 2010 by Food in Canada

    • McCormick Canada is making it a little easier for consumers to avoid adding fat, sugar and salt to foods. The company launched 10 Gourmet Super Spices with the greatest potential to improve health and to enhance foods in a

  • Taste Testings: Consumer Product Reviews

    November 13, 2009 by Food in Canada

    Dilmah Tea offers a wide range of premium and gourmet teas, in loose leaf and teabag formats. The full collection includes gourmet single-origin pure Ceylon black and green teas, Ceylon silver tip white tea, and Watte single region and single

  • Taste Testings: Consumer Product Reviews

    June 25, 2009 by Food in Canada

    New Tao Ti Green Tea is made with Chinese green tea leaves, and according to manufacturer Telford International Co. Ltd., is made “with the ancient Chinese method of pan frying the tea leaves.” Low in sugar, high in antioxidants and

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