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SkipTheDishes Announces Second-Wave Support for Local Restaurants

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WINNIPEG — SkipTheDishes is implementing initiatives to support restaurant partners through new waves of restrictions as provinces begin to implement new measures...

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...

Reflecting Canada’s Diverse Reality in Marketing

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TORONTO — As part of the Terroir Symposium’s Tuesday lineup, Eden Hagos, founder of Black Foodie, highlighted the lack of diversity that...

Rabco and Oneida Hospitality Group Enter Sales, Marketing and Distribution Agreement

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TORONTO and LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill. — Oneida Hospitality Group (OHG) has appointed Rabco Foodservice Ltd. as its exclusive sales, marketing and distribution partner...

Freshslice Joins Growing List in Boycotting Facebook

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VANCOUVER — Vancouver-based pizza-by-the-slice chain, Freshslice Pizza, is joining a growing list of top international and Canadian brands vowing to boycott paid...

Now, More Than Ever, Supporting Local Business Matters

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The COVID-19 crisis has changed many of our behaviours in a short period of time. When it comes to the foods we...

Labatt Commits to POST Promise

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TORONTO — Labatt Breweries of Canada is taking a leading role in restoring public confidence during the COVID-19 re-opening stages by signing...

More Operators are Setting their Sights on Takeout and Delivery

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Rosanna Caira: Since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic, most restaurants have been forced to close their operations. Takeout and...

DoorDash Cuts Commission Fees to Support Restaurants

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SAN FRANCISCO — DoorDash is reducing its commission fees for local restaurant partners by 50 per cent from April 13 through the end of...

Sound Practices for Brand Marketing During a Pandemic

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We’re in the midst of constant change and unpredictability and marketers are having to take already planned-out strategies and start almost completely...