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The Power of Partnerships: Terroir Symposium 2020 Wrap Up

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After 14 years of bringing food, tourism and hospitality industry partners together to share ideas, make connections and create change, the annual...

The Post Pandemic Food Landscape — Today and Tomorrow

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TORONTO — For the first Terroir Talk session of this year’s Terroir Symposium, which took place as a three-day virtual event this...

McDonald’s Canada to Resume Sourcing 100-Per-Cent Canadian Beef

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TORONTO — McDonald's Canada will return to sourcing 100-per-cent Canadian beef in September 2020, ending the temporary sourcing adjustments announced in late...

Chain Reaction: Experts Weigh in on How COVID-19 is Impacting the...

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Rosanna Caira: How has this pandemic impacted your business?Steve Kampstra: COVID-19 has had a dramatic impact on the foodservice industry. As most...

Chink in the Chain: The Pandemic has Put Unique Stresses on...

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The pandemic, along with the restrictions and challenges it created, has reshaped the food supply chain. Disruption of labour, transportation networks, processing...

Ontario Locks Down Non-Essential Services

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TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford has announced the closure of all non-essential services in Ontario in attempt to slow the spread of...

Canada/U.S. Border Closed to Non-Essential Travel

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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced this morning that Canada and the U.S. have agreed to temporarily close its shared borders...

Starbucks Commits to a Resource-Positive Future

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SEATTLE — In a public letter, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson has announced a multi-decade commitment to be a resource-positive company, aspiring to give more than...

La Prep Commits to Animal-Welfare Measures

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MONTREAL — La Prep has committed to featuring plant-based foods, as well as exclusively sourcing cage-free eggs by 2025 and chicken certified...

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...