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December, 2017

  • 6 December

    Canadians are consuming fewer calories from beverages, on track to meet 20 per cent reduction target by 2025

    Ottawa, December 5, 2017—Canadians continue to reduce the number of calories they are consuming from liquid refreshment beverages. In 2014, Canadians consumed an average 142.5 Calories – calories from sugar – a day from beverages such as bottled water, soft drink, juice and energy drinks. That number dropped to 133.9 …

  • 5 December

    Puratos Canada launches new website with customers in mind

    December 2017 – This month, Puratos Canada rolled out their new website. The enhanced website further strengthens Puratos’ strategy to act as a partner to its customers. Developed in response to feedback that customers were seeking inspiration for their end products that can be created using the ingredients Puratos supplies, …

  • 4 December

    New limited-edition Red Bull Winter Edition now available

    This year, meteorologists are predicting a wild Canadian winter. Recent forecasts call for months of blizzards, blasting Arctic wind and freezing rain. Those kinds of conditions might scare some people (like maybe our friends south of the border), but adventurous Canadians will correctly interpret the coming weather as an opportunity …

November, 2017

  • 30 November

    Nov / Dec 2017

    NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2017 • VOLUME 103, NO.5 In this Issue 11 Use Your Noodle Pasta, in many forms, is still a staple, while sauces are a simple way to spruce up any quick meal. 21 Leveling the Playing Field Fair trade is becoming an unstoppable force in the retail sector. 24 …

  • 30 November

    Happy Planet Creamery launches a grass fed eggnog festive like no other

    November 30 2017 A classic, creamy eggnog with a kiss of nutmeg to spice up your Holidays Happy Planet Creamery, the organic, grass-fed, farm to table dairy brand, is launching a grass fed eggnog that is guaranteed to make celebrating holiday traditions with friends and family even more enjoyable thanks …

  • 28 November

    “Great Foods Have No Borders” – first ever West Coast Torrone Cutting Event

    Christmas Italian Style was the theme on BT Calgary with Aurora Importing Chefs Christian Pritchard from Toronto & Andy Mollica from Vancouver. They are touring Western Canada promoting authentic Italian traditions for festive entertaining ideas that will WOW all consumers proving that “Great Foods Have No Borders”. Another first for …

  • 27 November

    #RandomActsofCooking calls on Canadians to cook up some joy for those in need

    We have all experienced just how busy the holiday season can be. With so much going on it is important to stop and consider those people in our lives and communities who may need a helping hand. This holiday season, Tre Stelle invites Canadians to reach out to others by …

  • 24 November

    Italian Centre Shop – First Ever Torrone & Panettone Cutting Events

    Here is another Aurora first partnering with outstanding Western Canada (Alberta) retailer Italian Centre Shop. This is what We believe to be news worthy industry initiatives that celebrate conventional retailing and help differentiate traditional grocery from discount by moving them a little into the specialty segment. A great way to …

  • 23 November

    GBS Foodservice Equipment Exclusive Canadian Distributor of Infrico

    PRESS RELEASE OAKVILLE, ONTARIO (November 22, 2017) – GBS FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT INC. and Infrico S.L are pleased to announce the awarding of the exclusive distribution rights for Canada to GBS. Infrico is a 2rd generation family owned manufacturer of high quality refrigeration and merchandising food service equipment based out of Cordoba, Spain. For more …

  • 23 November

    Prosciutto di Parma Now Available to Canadian Consumers Under Official Name

    Nine Months After CETA, Canadians Can Now Identify & Enjoy Authentic Parma Ham Toronto, November 17, 2017 – It has been nearly nine months since the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the European Union and Canada was approved, allowing for Prosciutto di Parma to take full hold of its name in Canada under the …