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Humber College Students vie for Top Honours in Breakfast Cookoff

TORONTO — With the breakfast segment continuing to show growth, last week a trio of Humber College’s most promising culinary, baking and...

The Meatless Farm Co Brings Meat-Free Products to Canada

TORONTO — The Meatless Farm Co’s meat-free ground and burger products are now available in more than 350 grocery, butcher and specialty-food...

Copper Branch Introduces ‘Let’s-Beat-Breast-Cancer’ Campaign

MONTREAL — To coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, for the entire month of October, Copper Branch will donate a portion of...

Smoothies Striking a Chord with Consumers

Healthy, Instagram-mable and easy to enjoy on-the-go, smoothies and juices are a triple threat in the world of beverages. Tapping into these...

Coming Soon: Shift Shakes

VANCOUVER — Shift Shakes is set to open in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood on May 16. The “healthy blender bar” aims to shift perceptions of...

Food File: Diners’ Affair With Bowls is Opening up a World...

Canadians are a busy bunch. They require on-the-go foodservice options that fit their active lifestyles, don’t break the bank and are satisfying....

From the Editor: Taking the Lead

As we inch ever so slightly into a new decade, the foodservice industry continues to change and grow in new directions. Today’s consumers are...

Ambition Nutrition Returns to George Brown College

TORONTO — George Brown College hosted the second annual Ambition Nutrition Symposium on June 28. This year’s instalment focused on the topic of obesity,...

Top Restaurant Complaints Revealed

YONKERS, N.Y. — Dirty utensils, grubby or ill-equipped restrooms and impolite servers are the top three restaurant complaints cited by respondents of a recent survey conducted by the Yonkers, N.Y.-based Consumer Reports National Research Center.

How Are Chefs Catering to Allergy and Health-Conscious Consumers?

We hear a lot these days about how the food we eat impacts our health. The World Health Organization estimates up to 66,000 Canadians die each year due to nutrition-related diseases, including heart disease, diabetes and cancer, with obesity, among adults and children, becoming a concern.