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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.