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The Full-Service Facts

With the holiday season fast approaching, your calendar will likely start to fill up with invites for dinners, lunches, holiday parties and...

From the Editor: Shifting Realities

New data released by Restaurants Canada shows substantive changes are taking place in the foodservice landscape. According to...

Roundtable: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Foodservice-Distribution Companies

F&H: What are the two biggest challenges facing your company? Jennifer Trafford: There are a lot of challenges in the market these days, but the...

From the Editor: Time to Recalibrate

One of life’s many blessings is that with the dawn of every new day we have the ability to start fresh — to erase...

From the Editor: The Human Touch

As we prepare to vault ourselves into a new year, we close off this one by celebrating excellence, just as we’ve done for the...

Tourism and Hospitality Industry Launches Harassment Intervention Initiative

TORONTO — This morning, the Ontario Restaurant Hotel & Motel Association (ORHMA) unveiled a new Sexual Violence & Harassment Intervention Training program for the...

Technomic Releases 2017 Canadian Trends Forecast

CHICAGO — Technomic has released its list of six trends expected to impact Canada’s foodservice industry in 2018. The forecast predicts significant changes in the...

From the Editor: Isn’t it time?

Ask operators what keeps them awake at night and undoubtedly staffing will surface as the number-1 issue. In an industry that struggles with high...

CAPF Presents the Changing Faces of Foodservice

TORONTO — The Canadian Association of Foodservice Professionals (CAFP) Toronto Branch has released details of its The Changing Faces of Foodservice event in September. The...

Ongoing Government Legislation Challenges Operators to Innovate

These days a never-ending wave of legislation is keeping operators up at night, forcing them to rethink how they staff their kitchens, structure their...