Although it’s difficult to predict exactly how climate change will affect Canadian agri-food production, producers can take steps to bolster resilience in the face of the potentially significant changes ahead
Toronto – Xylitol Canada is a natural sweetener company that manufactures 100 per cent North American derived xylitol products. The company’s brand, Xyla, includes products such as lollipops, toothpaste, mouthwash, candy, gum, mints, taffy, sauces, jam, ketchup, honey and maple…
Edmonton, Alta. – Just in time for cooler weather and upcoming holidays comes some new flavours of an ultimate comfort food – perogies. Heritage Frozen Foods Ltd. has launched its Heritage Perogies that come in two flavours, such as Harvest Potatoes with Aged…
In Canada, according to the Canadian Honey Council, bee population has declined by roughly 35 per cent in the past three years alone
Hybridization is about doing what bees already do and have done for eons — naturally crossing fruits and vegetables to create novel new flavours
The food industry grapples with how to get Canadians to put more fruit and vegetables on their plates
Confectioners are tweaking traditional sweet treats to suit new consumer tastes
“Adapting and standing out in an ever-changing market” is the theme that guided event discussions, highlighting the issues that are most relevant to the industry and focusing on the dynamics and business concerns of the participants.
Palsgaard A/S has introduced cake mixes that can be baked in a microwave oven, yielding cakes that are as firm or as soft as consumers want
Chia, an ancient seed used by the Aztecs, is being rediscovered by consumers and food processors who recognize the value in its nutritional benefits
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