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Category: Food

USask unveils new Food and Nutrition degree


January 20, 2022

A new undergraduate degree program at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) will fill a growing need for interdisciplinary training in both...Read more »

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Pandemic impact has hit middle class differently across the globe


January 13, 2022

There might be some assumptions about what the impact of the ongoing pandemic has been on the global middle class and there might also be the...Read more »

Farm & Food Care Ontario nets federal funding for consumer outreach


December 22, 2021

Farm & Food Care Ontario, through the AgriCompetitiveness Program, will receive up to $275,000 to help Canadian consumers learn more about...Read more »

Pivoting to a people-centric business model to support the community


December 22, 2021

Paramount Fine Foods is an 80 restaurant, 17 butcher shop food company chain, operating not just in Canada but in seven other countries around the...Read more »

Building a community (and really big letters) key to Little Brown Cow’s success


December 8, 2021

Last weekend, Jenny Butcher and Wes Kuntz, of Brantford, Ont., were named one of two winners of Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers for the year....Read more »

Employees at Cargill’s High River plant vote in favour of latest deal, averting a strike


December 4, 2021

UFCW Local 401 says its members who work at Cargill’s High River beef processing plant have voted 71 per cent in favour of the most recent...Read more »

Pioneering in a niche market: GoodLeaf expands vertical farming to three major cities


December 2, 2021

A new commercial-scale facility from GoodLeaf Farms may help prove the potential of vertical farming. Jeff McKinnon, senior vice president of...Read more »

New partnership to improve nutrition and functionality of plant-based food products


November 29, 2021

Protein Industries Canada (PIC) is announcing another partnership — this time, one that will develop plant-based food products and beverages....Read more »

New partnership to advance fermentation processing in Western Canada


November 24, 2021

Protein Industries Canada (PIC) has announced a new project to strengthen the use and understanding of fermentation processing technology in...Read more »

Want to mitigate climate change? Just add pulses


November 16, 2021

By Denis Tremorin The COP26 Summit brought together countries from around the world to discuss new targets to mitigate climate change and the methods...Read more »

Employees at High River beef processing plant serve strike notice to Cargill


November 11, 2021

Union representatives have presented Cargill’s vice president of labour relations with a strike notice for the High River beef processing plant....Read more »

Input costs, supply chain disruptions, and workforce availability are all driving up the price of food


November 4, 2021

Foodbanks are reporting more use across Canada, and any recent trip to the grocery store proves that lately the same amount of money buys less food....Read more »

Canada-wide challenges fall within and well outside of the agriculture portfolio


October 29, 2021

For all the talk of other government departments having influence on the agriculture industry, it’s important to remember that several challenges...Read more »

Webb announces resignation from Global Institute for Food Security


October 29, 2021

The board of directors of the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) at the University of Saskatchewan has announced Dr. Steven Webb, executive...Read more »

Put inflation where your mouth is: food prices are on the rise


October 22, 2021

It’s hard to avoid news about inflation from major news outlets these days, and caught up in it all is the rising cost of food. Kevin Grier of...Read more »