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Waterloo Tyke Preds Now Championship Team

Waterloo Tyke Preds Now Championship Team   Once again, the Waterloo Tyke Predators gain another victory. On Saturday November 4th, the Tyke Preds beat the Guelph Gryphons 42-32 . The Waterloo Tyke Preds are now the 2017 Ontario Football League Tyke Champions. Tri-Mach Group is proud to sponsor such a hard working team! Congratulations on your […]

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Saputo Grows its Dairy Division in Australia

Saputo Grows its Dairy Division in Australia From: Food in Canada Montreal – Saputo Inc. has acquired an Australian co-operative for $1.29 billion. The acquisition of Murray Goulburn Co-Operative Co. Limited (MG), says a statement, will complement the activities of Saputo’s Dairy Division (Australia). To read more: Saputo acquires another Australian dairy manufacturer: March 3, […]

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PEI – Cavendish Farms Officially Opened its New Potato Storage Facility

PEI – Cavendish Farms Officially Opened its New Potato Storage Facility From: Food in Canada New Annan, PEI – Cavendish Farms has officially opened its new potato storage facility, which will mean the company can supply potatoes year round. The new facility, says a statement, is 88,000 sq. ft. and has a refrigerated potato storage […]

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New Dairy Processing Facility Opens in Winnipeg

New Dairy Processing Facility Opens in Winnipeg From: Food in Canada Winnipeg – MDI Holdings Corp. officially opened its new state-of-the-art dairy processing facility creating 67 new skilled jobs in the city. MDI Holdings, says a statement, is a joint venture of BC-based Vitalus Nutrition Inc. and Ontario-based Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Ltd. MDI Holdings […]

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Canada’s CFIA & U.S.A’s FDA Have Signed a Memorandum of Understanding

Canada’s CFIA & U.S.A’s FDA Have Signed a Memorandum of Understanding From: Food in Canada College Park, Md. – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have agreed to collaborate. The two agencies announced in a press release that they “have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that […]

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McCain’s 60th Birthday and a New Production Line

McCain’s 60th Birthday and a New Production Line From: Food in Canada Florenceville-Bristol, NB – McCain Foods celebrated its 60th business anniversary with the city of Florenceville-Bristol. The company officially opened its new $65-million state-of-the-art specialty production line, expanding its flagship potato processing facility in the city. McCain Foods celebrates its 60th business anniversary with the […]

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Food Performance: How does Western Canada measure up?

Food Performance: How does Western Canada measure up? From: Food in Canada Food-borne illness outbreaks and food recalls tend to grab media headlines and consumers’ attention. Many Albertans will be familiar with the XL Foods meat recall, for instance. Overall, there are more than four million cases of food-borne illness per year in Canada. It […]

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Ontario Greenhouse Cucumbers Making a Splash in Asia

Ontario Greenhouse Cucumbers Making a Splash in Asia From: Food in Canada Guelph, Ont. – The market in Asia is welcoming produce from Ontario greenhouses – specifically cucumbers. In a statement (“Ontario greenhouse cucumbers find fresh new markets in Asia,” on Oct. 10, 2017), the Agricultural Adaptation Council (AAC) explains that “recent economic expansion combined with […]

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Federal Government Invests in Canadian Livestock Health

Federal Government Invests in Canadian Livestock Health From: Food in Canada Guelph, Ont. – Canada’s federal government is supporting livestock health with an investment of $1.31 million. In a statement, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) says the investment was made to the Canadian Animal Health Coalition (CAHC) “to help ensure the safe transportation of livestock, […]

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Canadian Researchers Discover Genetic Clue to Peanut Allergy

Canadian Researchers Discover Genetic Clue to Peanut Allergy From: Food in Canada Hamilton, Ont. – Canadian researchers, says the Allergy, Genes and Environment Network (AllerGen), have pinpointed a new gene associated with peanut allergy. In a press release (“New genetic clue to peanut allergy,” on Oct. 10, 2017), AllerGen says the discovery offers “further evidence that […]

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