A new study provides further understanding into public opinion about Canadian food, how it’s grown, and the relationship consumers want with farmers and those who process their food.
Foodland Ontario will have a new “Consumers’ Choice” award for best retail display of produce, as part of its 2019 industry awards program. Ontarians will be invited to vote beginning this summer.
From the dense urban core of Vancouver to the sparsely populated areas of Vancouver Island, there’s a lot of diversity to discover in British Columbia’s retail market.
Fire can come to your door at the most unexpected times. Don’t wait for the sirens. Be prepared.
A number of issues are in play, but the imposition of an April 1 carbon tax in Ontario and several other provinces is top priority.
Bill George, the new chair of the Ontario Fruit & Vegetable Growers’ Association, is a grape grower who understands the competitive pressures in all of horticulture.
Put Canada on the menu – in season – argues Anita Stewart, founder of Food Day Canada.
If you’re asked why Canada’s food is safe, here are some of the steps that make it so.
As columnist Jennifer Morris explains, put your company’s reputation into the hands of experts when it comes to trade shows.
Ontario’s $4.4 billion grape and wine industry celebrated pioneers and mentors as the 2019 season gets underway. The Tony Aspler Cuvée Award of Excellence went to Doug Whitty and the team at 13th Street Winery.