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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...

E17: Jay Ashton Talks About How the Distributor Is Becoming More...

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In this episode, Jay Ashton from Sysco talks about the expanded services that the broadline distributor offers to restaurants, and how these...

E17: Jay Ashton Talks About How the Distributor Is Becoming More...

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In this episode, Jay Ashton from Sysco talks about the expanded services that the broadline distributor offers to restaurants, and how these...

Distribution Panel at Restaurants Canada Show Touches on Salient Trends of...

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TORONTO — With online purchasing continuing to growth, the distribution business in Canada is being forced to evolve and reinvent itself on a regular...

Friends of We Care Hosts 2017 Gala

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TORONTO — At the annual Friends of We Care Gala, held Saturday in Toronto, a cheque for $1.3 million was handed over to Easter...

CCFCC Toronto Branch Launches the Toronto Pizza Championship

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TORONTO—The Toronto Pizza Championship launched yesterday and is set to become an annual event. The event was hosted by The Canadian Culinary Federation “CCFCC”...

Delmanor Holds Second Annual Chef Challenge

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TORONTO — Delmanor — the property management group which operates five retirement homes in the GTA — recently held its second annual Mystery Box...

Subway Canada Provides 2,400 Meals a Day to Firefighters and Relief...

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TORONTO — Subway Canada sandwich shop owners will donate and deliver 2,400 meals a day directly into the wildfire crisis zone, along with their...

CCFCC Chefs to Cook for Daily Bread Food Bank

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OAKVILLE, Ont. — More than 30 toques, representing the CCFCC and the junior culinary team Canada from Humber College, will gather in Etobicoke, Ont....

GS1 Conference Stresses Value of Supply Chain Transparency

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The overwhelming amount of data available and its implications for foodservice was fodder for discussion yesterday during GS1 Canada’s “A Vision for the Future” event, which examined the market trends leading to the proliferation of data and its impact on the supply chain.