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Segment Report: Examining the Pandemic’s Impact on Foodservice

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The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic crisis has had an undeniable impact on the Canadian foodservice industry....

The Power of Partnerships: Terroir Symposium 2020 Wrap Up

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After 14 years of bringing food, tourism and hospitality industry partners together to share ideas, make connections and create change, the annual...

The Post Pandemic Food Landscape — Today and Tomorrow

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TORONTO — For the first Terroir Talk session of this year’s Terroir Symposium, which took place as a three-day virtual event this...

Takeout and Delivery Continues to Grab Attention During COVID-19 Crisis

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As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, it’s leaving a toll on virtually every business community. In Canada, the $90-billion foodservice industry continues to...

Webinar Addresses Impact of COVID-19 on Canadian Foodservice

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TORONTO – Foodservice industry advisor Robert Carter will present the second in a series of COVID-19 Canada Foodservice Town Hall discussions on...

Demand for Third-Party Delivery is Changing The Restaurant Dynamic

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THE CHALLENGE Much has been written about the proliferation of third-party restaurant delivery and its impact — actual, perceived and potential —...

Size Does Matter: Examining the Evolving Canadian Franchise Landscape

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While larger chains continue to dominate the Canadian restaurant landscape — MTY group has more than 70 brands in its portfolio and...

Imported Produce Driving Up Canadians’ Grocery Bills

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GUELPH, Ont. — Canadian grocery bills are on the rise and imports are to blame, according to the 2020 Canada’s Food Price Report.

Company of the Year: Copper Branch

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Rio Infantino was a veteran of the fast-food world when it all caught up with him. The routine, the travel and the...

The Altered Reality of the Franchise Landscape

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As consolidation and market shifts continue to impact the foodservice industry, growth across the country is being fuelled by a trio of trends: acquisitions,...