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Paramount Launches Cloud Kitchen

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TORONTO — Paramount Fine Foods launched its newest takeout and delivery service, Brampton Cloud Kitchen, on July 7. Based...

Subway Canada to Reopen As Many Restaurants Across Canada As Possible...

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TORONTO — Subway Canada is re-opening locations across Canada this month. As it opens its doors, local Subway restaurants are adapting to meet the needs of the...

Caffè La Tana Launches Online Shop

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VANCOUVER — Caffè La Tana in Vancouver is now offering online ordering and home delivery of fresh pasta, Italian specialty foods and high-quality...

Sysco Canada Launches Sysco@HOME

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TORONTO — Sysco Canada has launched Sysco@HOME, a solution allowing consumers to purchase restaurant-quality grocery items from home. Sysco@HOME customers can...

TouchBistro Launches New Products to Support Restaurateurs through the COVID-19 Pandemic

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NEW YORK and TORONTO — TouchBistro has launched its new Restaurant Recovery Navigator, a go-to source for information, insights, products and one-on-one support to help restaurateurs...

E-Commerce is Reshaping Foodservice

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According to a recent survey by The NPD Group, 82 per cent of Canadians have made an online purchase in the past...

A Great Restaurant Website is Crucial to Success

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It probably isn’t surprising that before visiting your restaurant, most guests went online to find out more about your menu or check...

Accounts of McDonald’s App Users Being Hacked

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TORONTO — Multiple Canadian users of McDonald’s My McD’s app have reported their accounts being hacked. Back in February, a...

Menufy Partners with SpeedLine Point of Sale to Help Restaurants Expand...

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LEAWOOD, Kan. — A fully integrated solution between online and mobile food-ordering provider Menufy and pizzeria point-of-sale (POS) provider SpeedLine Solutions Inc., is helping pizza-restaurant...

China’s Luckin Coffee Planning U.S. IPO

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HONG KONG — Chinese startup Luckin Coffee has tapped three banks to work on a U.S. IPO in 2019, according to Reuters.