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The Food-Truck Segment is Getting Back on Track, Despite Some Bumps...

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Like many other foodservice businesses, food trucks had to pump the breaks amid the COVID-19 pandemic with corporate offices closed, events cancelled and weddings...

Subway Strives to Uphold Canadian Values

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Significant changes in the QSR space caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have prompted Subway Canada to showcase elements of its business model in a...

Starbucks Continues to Build on its Commitment to Employee Well Being

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A commitment to always do what’s best for partners, customers and communities is at the core of Starbucks Canada’s business philosophy. And since the...

Recovery Mode: Last year started off shaky, but operators saw light...

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While foodservice operators continued to struggle in the first half of 2021, the latter part of the year signaled the beginning of the climb...

Restaurant Instagram marketing is critical for business success

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Increasingly, restaurants are feeling the pressure to gain validation from the Instagram community. With consumers spending more time online in the wake of COVID-19,...

Industry re-thinks its approach to airline foodservice offerings

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Airline catering has taken a significant beating with the ongoing waves of travel restrictions. With restrictions now easing, and borders re-opening, experts say it’s...

The COVID-19 pandemic drives digital revolution in the restaurant industry

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The pandemic has ushered in a digital revolution, driving consumers to rapidly adopt new virtual behaviours and dramatically increase their use of online channels,...

From the Editor: Thirst for Change

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When COVID-19 reared its ugly head in early 2020, the world suddenly and irrevocably changed. In the blink of an eye, the foodservice-and-hospitality industry...

KML Webcast Examines the Future of Hospitality Education

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TORONTO — On April 22nd, KML assembled a group of highly esteemed educators to discuss the state of hospitality education and examine how tomorrow’s schools will...

Canada Continues to Ease Border Measures

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TORONTO — On Monday, the federal government made adjustments to further ease Canada’s border measures. First, unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children aged five to 11...