JULY/AUGUST 2016 ISSUE • VOLUME 102, NO.3
In this Issue
21 Oil Overhaul
Consumers taking a deeper look into edible oils and their possibilities.
25 A Year in Review
Revisiting the Alberta Food Processing Industry.
29 Paying Tribute to Canada’s Best New Grocery Products
Canadian Grand Prix Winners announced at Retail Council of Canada Gala.
35 New School Rules
Help parents and kids ban boring school lunches with variety.
43 Preserving a Future
A traditional and educational way of selling cheese.
Perennially popular salty snacks may not be as unhealthy as once thought.
55 Bowl the Category Over
Some soups are in a slump. Which varieties are customers looking for?
57 After the Apocalypse
Grocery companies unite to restore Fort McMurray.
59 Communication is the Key
Keeping up with trends in baking ingredients.
63 Grab & Go and Heat & Eat Clean Up
Convenient meals continue to be important in today’s time-starved lives, but healthy options are the priority.