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Absolut Launches Limited-Edition Bottle

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TORONTO — Absolut has launched a new limited-edition bottle, Absolut Comeback. The bottle is made with more than 41 per centrecycled glass and...

Nestle Vows to Shift to Recycled Plastics

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GENEVA, Switzerland — Food-and-beverage company Nestlé has vowed to invest up to 2-billion Swiss Francs — the equivalent of CAD $2.69 billion — to sourcing...

F&H’s Top-10 Trends Roundup for 2020

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CANNABIS EDIBLES Although “Cannabis 2.0” regulations came into effect late last year, at this time, cannabis-infused food...

ESKA Moves To 100-Per-Cent Recycled Plastic Bottles In 2020

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ST-MATHIEU-D'HARRICANA, Que. — ESKA Natural Spring Water will convert its entire line of non-carbonated bottled-water products to 100-per-cent recycled plastic bottles by April...

Carlsberg Inches Closer to World’s First “Paper” Beer Bottle

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COPENHAGEN — Carlsberg Group gave an update on its attempt to create a 100-per-cent bio-based and fully recyclable beer bottle at the...

McDonald’s Canada Launches Green Concept Restaurants

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TORONTO — McDonald’s Canada has unveiled two “Green Concept Restaurants” in London, Ont. and Vancouver as part of its continuing sustainability journey. The restaurants...

Restaurant Sales Reach $90-Billion in 2018

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TORONTO — A report from Restaurants Canada has credited millennials and the Generation-Z cohort with helping grow foodservice sales by 5.1 per cent in...

IKEA Canada to Eliminate Single-Use Plastics

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BURLINGTON, Ont. — IKEA Canada has announced the successful phase-out of all single-use plastic straws in its Canadian operations — nine months ahead of...

From the Editor: Fuelling Change

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Today’s fascination with all things local speaks to an interesting reality — one predicated on sustainability and supporting our own communities as...

KFC Announces New Packaging Initiative

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VAUGHAN, Ont. — KFC Canada, alongside its global KFC counterparts, has committed to ensuring all plastic-based, consumer-facing packaging will be recoverable or reusable by...