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Technomic: Top 200 Canadian Chains Show Significant Growth

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CHICAGO — The Top 200 Canadian restaurant chains accounted for $27.8 billion in sales in 2012, showing 4.3-per-cent growth in 2012, reports Technomic, a...

A look at 10 Technology Trends Shaping Foodservice Industry

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Technology is changing the way restaurant operators do business. “With technology becoming increasingly affordable and flexible, there are more opportunities than ever to communicate...

National Sodium Reduction Strategy Bill Tabled

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OTTAWA — The NDP’s Libby Davies tabled a bill Monday, resurrecting a national sodium reduction strategy, which will require food manufacturers to lower sodium...

Foodservice Industry Gives Food Tax Thumbs Down

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TORONTO — As the idea of instituting a food tax in Ontario is debated, Phyllis Tanaka, registered dietitian and VP for Food &...

“Breastaurants” Are Booming

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NEW YORK — Hooters-style restaurants are enjoying a mini boom in the foodservice industry and are purported to roll out across Canada. Take the...

Maple Leaf Launches New Website

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TORONTO – Maple Leaf Consumer Foods announced the launch of a new foodservice website, mapleleaffoodservice, a one-stop resource for foodservice industry professionals. ...

Bon Appétit Takes Stand for Animal Welfare

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PALO ALTO, Calif. — California’s Bon Appétit Management Company, which operates more than 400 cafés for corporations, universities, museums and specialty venues in the...

MAFSI Welcomes New President

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ATLANTA — Danny Collis of the Collis Group, Inc. in Richmond Hill, Ont., has been elected the 56th president of MAFSI, the Manufacturers's Agents...

MAFSI Welcomes New President

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ATLANTA — Danny Collis of the Collis Group, Inc. in Richmond Hill, Ont., has been elected the 56th president of MAFSI, the Manufacturers's Agents...

From the Editor: Just Saying

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While most of the foodservice industry moved lethargically through the past few years, the QSR segment has enjoyed good growth, benefiting from consumers trading...