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Operators Will Need to Win Back Customers Post-COVID-19

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As we ended the fourth quarter of 2019, restaurant growth was slowing. Unemployment had risen, consumer sentiment had fallen and household debt was at...

Hospitality Market Report: Battle for Business

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The good news is, slowly but surely, inch by inch, the Canadian foodservice industry is recovering from the recession. Overall, 2014 was a year...

Canada’s Food Manufacturing Arm Performs Well

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OTTAWA — The Conference Board of Canada recently reported that the country’s food manufacturing industry outperformed its other manufacturing counterparts during the recession.  "The...

U.S. Restaurateurs Welcome Slow, Steady Recovery

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NEW YORK CITY — The American restaurant community is steadily climbing out of the hole caused by the recession, with modest but encouraging sales...

Recession Continues to Impact Travel

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ORLANDO, Fla. — The recession may be over, but the U.S. tourism industry is still suffering.The numbers speak for themselves as 56 per cent...

Napa Wineries Open Doors to Boost Sales

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NEW YORK — After disappointing sales last year, some Napa Valley wineries are looking for new ways to encourage a recession-weary public to let...

Recessionary Repercussions

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TORONTO — It’s no secret that the restaurant industry was hit hard by the recession. The numbers speak for themselves in a recent Financial...

End of Gourmet Era

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NEW YORK – After 68 years in print, a devoted following of foodies and a rich history in culinary journalism, Gourmet magazine has folded....

Restaurant Association Worries About N.S. Recession Plan

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A recent article in the Halifax Chronicle Herald suggests that the Nova Scotia restaurant industry is less than thrilled with the provincial government’s efforts...

Consumers Still Crave Quality Burgers Despite the Recession — Technomic

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A new report from Technomic, a Chicago-based research and consulting firm that helps restaurants and food suppliers become more profitable, is claiming that despite...