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Dutch Meat Industry Association looks to enter the Canadian market

By Nicole Sherwood The Dutch Meat Industry Association’s Trusted Veal Campaign promotes the European Veal Sector and raises awareness about the region’s safe, high-quality veal products. As the Dutch Meat Industry Association looks to enter the Canadian market they have launched the Trusted Veal campaign directed towards Canada to will …

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Health and Wellness a Key Focus of SIAL

An interview with Jane Dummer, president and founder of Jane Dummer RD Food Consulting By Frank Yeo How are health concerns transforming food manufacturing today? Aging vibrantly and healthily is important to both Generation Xers and Baby Boomers. They are pioneering how aging looks as we move into a new …

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Dole and Plant-Based Protein

The Growth of Plant-Based Meal Kits is a Win for Us All By Bil Goldfield Director of Communications Dole Food Company We are all familiar with the boom in meal kits – whether direct-to-consumer subscriptions or retail in-store. Well, the meal kit trend is quickly becoming the plant-based meal kit …

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Health & Well-being in Sweet Baked Goods

Eating a healthy diet is not about strict limitations or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Rather, it’s about feeling great and improving your health and yes, that means even indulging in patisserie items! Today, consumers want to live a healthy life more than ever before. Consumers’ expectations with …

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Loblaw, Weston bake the numbers, burn consumers

As shocking as it was, most of us will eventually forget Loblaw’s admission of price-fixing. Let’s hope the industry doesn’t By Sylvain Charlebois Senior Fellow Atlantic Institute for Market Studies Most Canadians were stunned and dismayed to learn that the country’s leading grocer was caught up in a price-fixing scheme …

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Amazon brings democratic simplicity to the food industry

The online giant is essentially about merchandizing convenience for all. Organic foods and meal kits are its latest targets By Sylvain Charlebois Senior Fellow Atlantic Institute for Market Studies Amazon isn’t wasting time wading in to the food industry – and speed of execution and ease of delivery are at …

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Opportunity Knocks

There has been a lot of discussion recently about the meal kit business and what it could mean for the traditional grocery sector. From a competitive standpoint, meal kit providers package up all the ingredients for a home prepared meal and deliver them to your door at relatively low cost, …

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