If healthy-eating trends continue to throw the spotlight on the Mediterranean diet and plant-based diets, writes Owen Roberts, specialty equipment growth is likely to be more than a short-term trend and spread beyond Europe to other continents.
Consumers say that when meat companies offer plant-based alternatives, it sends mixed messages about their traditional products. Would you rather have a meat burger with one ingredient – 100 per cent Canadian beef, for example – or a plant-based burger with multiple ingredients?
Food is about more than nutrition, writes columnist Owen Roberts. Food has a huge feel-good factor that provides comfort and some measure of social unification during turbulent times.
Megan Milton is helping to commercialize a species identification solution called LifeScanner. She takes a personal interest because she found a dead pest in her pistachios.
The launch of Corteva Agriscience on the New York Stock Exchange was witnessed by a few Canadian agricultural journalists. Here’s what Owen Roberts gleaned from his interview with Bryce Eger, president of Corteva Canada.
Delve into the provincial details of Farm Credit Canada’s annual land values report. There is a lot of variation between regions.
Put Canada on the menu – in season – argues Anita Stewart, founder of Food Day Canada.
The Canadian Horticultural Council is set to debut its 30-minute documentary about international farm workers. And the results tell a compelling story.
With 2019 still in its infancy, an unusually large number of major agri-food stories are already
After all, look what’s happening with other meat alternatives. After years of trying, product developers have finally figured out how to make vegetarian fare taste and feel like meat. Clearly, the public has an appetite for such products, as shown by A&W’s ultra-popular Beyond Meat burger. It’s not made from cultured cells, but it’s also not made from an animal. And to some people, like my stepson, that’s important.