Top Trends In Grocery Shopping For 2018 From: Food Manufacturing CLEVELAND, Dec. 28, 2017 (PRNewswire) — More shopping options and mobile payments at checkout rank among the top trends for grocery in 2018, according to John Karolefski, veteran supermarket analyst and purveyor of www.GroceryStories.com.Karolefski also predicts the launch of supermarket-branded meal kits, more wine bars […]
Blockchain, Agri-Food’s New Uber? From: Food in Canada By Dr. Sylvain Charlebois Halifax, NS – There has been a lot of noise on cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin of late. While some suggest cryptocurrencies are a fraud, others believe them to be the next economic revolution the world has seen since the internet. Bitcoin has brought to […]
Anuga FoodTec to Tackle Resource Efficiency From: Bakers Journal Cologne, Germany – Anuga FoodTec 2018 will tackle such topics as optimizing production processes, reducing energy and water consumption, and minimizing food loss through ingredient, process and package technology. Resource efficiency is the overall theme of the international supplier fair for the food and beverage industry, […]
Toronto Chef Helps Egg Farmers of Canada Inspire Consumers From: Food in Canada Ottawa – The Egg Farmers of Canada each year for more than 20 years has donated eggs to community food banks across Canada. This year it wants to inspire Canadians to also give back. That’s why the EFC launched its Recipes That […]
Join Krystal Darling at George Brown College! Our Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Krystal Darling, will be a guest panelist for George Brown’s “Future Food, Food Future” conference on Monday November 28. Join us as she discusses managing growth and pushing innovation in the food and beverage industries. Hope to see you there!
Duck farmers planning to boost production as demand grows in Canada and Mexico From CTV Montreal Despite a surge in cheap imports, Canadian duck producers are planning to boost production due to growing consumer demand spurred on by celebrity chefs and the reopening of the Mexican market. Brome Lake, the country’s oldest processor of domestic […]
Milk protein used to make biodegradable food wrap From the CBC A new biodegradable film made of milk protein has the potential to keep food fresher and replace plastic wraps, according to researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Lead researchers Peggy Tomasula and Laetitia Bonnaillie plan to present their work before a conference of […]
With a new federal marketing order, can pecans become the next ‘it’ nut? From Food Navigator USA The USDA approved a federal marketing order (FMO) for the pecan industry earlier this year, enabling the industry to collect mandatory dues that will go towards marketing and research efforts for US pecans. In August 2016, the industry […]