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COVID-19 to Alter how Customers Interact with Foodservice

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As COVID-19 spread across the country, many provinces declared a state of emergency, closing restaurants and bars in an effort to flatten...

Takeout and Delivery Continues to Grab Attention During COVID-19 Crisis

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As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, it’s leaving a toll on virtually every business community. In Canada, the $90-billion foodservice industry continues to...

Restaurants Canada Show Wrap-Up

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TORONTO — The 2020 Restaurant Canada Show wrapped up three days of educational sessions, and industry networking opportunities yesterday. The 75th edition...

Grocerants Offer Elevated Food Experiences to Steal Market Share

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THE CHALLENGE A decade ago, a ‘grocerant’ — a hybrid grocery/restaurant offering — was rare and the concept of grocery delivery...

Size Does Matter: Examining the Evolving Canadian Franchise Landscape

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While larger chains continue to dominate the Canadian restaurant landscape — MTY group has more than 70 brands in its portfolio and...

Canadian Restaurant Leadership Summit Offers Insight into Industry Evolution

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TORONTO — More than 300 members of the foodservice industry gathered at Toronto’s Arcadian Court on November 5 to discuss innovation and...

The 2019 Hospitality Market Report

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The foodservice industry is reaching a pivot point. After a decade of healthy growth, 2018 numbers show the party may be over...

How to Navigate Changes to the Country’s Food-Safety Rules

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CHALLENGE Changes to Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) will undoubtedly mitigate food-safety risks for consumers, but, as...

The Altered Reality of the Franchise Landscape

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As consolidation and market shifts continue to impact the foodservice industry, growth across the country is being fuelled by a trio of trends: acquisitions,...

How Mobile-Ordering Technology is Reshaping the Industry

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Mobile-ordering technology has invaded every aspect of our daily lives as customers reduce their visits to full-service restaurants in an effort to cut spending....