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A Matter of Trust: Examining the Country’s Top Brands

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Trust is important in every consumer category, especially in foodservice. In the short term, anything to do with food quality or inappropriate...

Tractor is Making Healthy Food Fast and Accessible

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As busy parents operating in Vancouver’s corporate world, Meghan Clarke and her husband/business partner Steve found it hard to feed their family...

Schneiders Reinforces Commitment to Authentic Food Craftsmanship

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The Schneiders brand is undergoing comprehensive changes to reinforce the principles on which the brand was founded in 1890, including craftsmanship. To...

Chesher Equipment Becomes Food Service Solutions

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Chesher Equipment Ltd. has changed its company name to Food Service Solutions Inc. Over the past four years the company has experienced...

Wendy’s Pretzel Bun Sandwiches Return

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OAKVILLE, Ont. — After consumers ordered more than 50-million pretzel buns from Wendy’s last year, the QSR chain has brought back the limited-time favourite, by offering the Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger and Pretzel Pub Chicken sandwiches across the country. 

MTY Acquires Café Dépôt and Other QSR Concepts

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MONTREAL — MTY Food Group’s acquisition spree isn’t slowing down. It’s wholly owned subsidiary, MTY Tiki Ming Enterprises Inc., announced it will pay $14.8 million to acquire the assets of the group of companies that owns and operates Café Dépôt, Sushi Man, Muffin Plus and Fabrika.

Quiznos’ Restructuring Plan Is Complete

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DENVER — Quiznos’ threat of bankruptcty has come to an end. The company emerged from its Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection when $400 million was slashed from its debt.

NPC International Acquires 56 Wendy’s Units

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Kansas-based NPC International, Inc. has set its sights on Wendy’s for acquisitions, announcing it’s entered into an agreement with Charlotte, N.C.-based Carlisle Corporation to acquire 56 Wendy’s units for $58.2 million.

CRIS Highlights Competition Strategies in Challenged Market

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TORONTO — Competition is creating new challenges in today’s restaurant industry, as owners fight for their share of traffic and react to emerging segments, reported experts at the fifth-annual Canadian Restaurant Investment Summit (CRIS), held yesterday at the Eaton Chelsea hotel in Toronto.

Restaurants React to Temporary Foreign Worker Moratorium

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OTTAWA — Just a few days after the federal employment minister announced a moratorium to the Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) program, restaurants are scrambling to deal with government investigations and staff shortages, reports CBC News.