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Preference for Plants: Trends in Plant-Based Dining

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Examining menu offerings across the country, it’s clear that plant-forward offerings have made their mark on the foodservice industry. And this is...

Kelseys Announce New Plant-Based Burgers

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VAUGHAN, Ont. — Kelseys Original Roadhouse has partnered with Greenleaf Foods — parent company of Lightlife Foods — to bring the plant-based Lightlife Burger...

Recipe Unlimited to Eliminate Plastic Bags

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VAUGHAN, Ont. — Recipe Unlimited has announced it will remove delivery and take-home plastic bags across its entire network of restaurants — including brands...

Recipe Unlimited Falls Victim to Malware

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VAUGHAN, Ont. — Some of Recipe Unlimited’s (formerly Cara Operations) restaurants experienced a partial network outage yesterday as the result of a “malware outbreak.” According...

Top 10 Burger Trends of 2017

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How can a simple disk of ground beef on a bun inspire such devotion? Canadians faithfully congregate at events such as Alberta Burgerfest and...

Cara Donates $50,000 to Alberta Fire Relief

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VAUGHAN, Ont. — Cara Operations Limited and its employees have donated $50,000 to The Canadian Red Cross' Alberta Fires Appeal. “Everyone at Cara is heartbroken...

Fairfax’s President Talks About the Company’s New Stake In Foodservice

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In a few short weeks last fall, there was a seismic shift in the Canadian foodservice landscape. With a couple of swift mergers, investments and acquisitions, Toronto-based Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. became a major player in the Canadian restaurant industry. Now nearly 1,000 restaurants across the country — including iconic brands such as Swiss Chalet, Harvey’s, Milestones, East Side Mario’s, Kelsey’s, Casey’s and The Keg — fall under Fairfax’s umbrella. But why would a financial holding company such as Fairfax — which owns numerous insurance businesses worldwide and has investments in such diverse companies as Blackberry Ltd., Torstar Corp (publisher of the Toronto Star newspaper), and retail chains William Ashley and Sporting Life — want to dive head-first into foodservice?

Financial Post: Fairfax Considers Cara Acquisition

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TORONTO — Toronto-based Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. may be looking to acquire Cara Operations Ltd., and unite Prime Restaurants Inc. and Cara under the...