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SIAL Canada Coming to Toronto

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TORONTO — SIAL Canada returns to Toronto this month for its 16th edition, which will take place from April 30 to May 2 at the Enercare...

NRA Names 2019 KI and FABI Award Recipients

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CHICAGO — The National Restaurant Association (NRA) has released the recipients of the 2019 Kitchen Innovations (KI) Awards and its Food and Beverage (FABI) Awards. The 25 selected...

RC Show 2019 Sessions Address Sustainability Discussions in Foodservice Industry

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TORONTO — Foodservice industry leaders discussed matters of sustainability at the 2019 Restaurants Canada Show on Feb 25. Held at the Enercare Centre in Toronto, Monday’s CEO...

The Business Case for Reducing Food Waste in the Supply Chain

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Food waste is an after-thought for most, but for businesses in the food industry it can seriously affect their bottom-lines. According to a 2014...

Greenbelt Fund Launches New Ontariofresh.ca Website

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TORONTO — The Greenbelt Fund has launched a revamp of its Ontariofresh.ca platform. Upgraded to improve functionality and design, the platform will remain free...

Federal Government Releases Proposed Rules for Cannabis Edibles

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TORONTO — The federal government has announced proposed rules on the production and sale of cannabis edibles, according to CBC.ca. Edibles are expected to...

OpenTable Releases List of 100 Best Restaurants in Canada

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TORONTO — OpenTable has unveiled its list of the 100 Best Restaurants in Canada for 2018. These awards reflect the combined opinions of more...

8th Annual Devour! The Food Film Fest

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Devour! The Food Film Fest is the world’s largest film festival devoted to all things culinary, showcasing engaging cinema, food and wine culture. The...

Miya Bhai Bringing Roti Tacos to Toronto

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TORONTO — Toronto’s newest Indian restaurant will make its debut October 18, offering free roti tacos between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Miya Bhai —...

Reducing Your Food Cost Could be Easier than You Think

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One simple trick can reduce your food cost by two to three per cent. Gather a descending dollar report (or descending case report) from...