It’s time to revisit the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.

Last week we had the pleasure of sitting in on a webinar hosted by Livingston International regarding the next phase of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations, and it made us think that perhaps it's time to revisit this topic. Some background: the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) are a consolidated set of regulations … Continue reading It’s time to revisit the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.

Scenes from the Canadian Restaurant & Bar Show.

Were you at last week's Canadian Restaurant & Bar Show? We were. We've mentioned before how trade shows are an important part of any market entry strategy - they offer participants a chance to network and trade knowledge with others in the sector, and discover new products and services that can help their businesses grow. … Continue reading Scenes from the Canadian Restaurant & Bar Show.

Investment trends in Canada’s poultry sector.

Key investment trends (with enriched housing systems for poultry operations) are changing the supplier landscape in Canada. The food industry is committed to sourcing 100 per cent cage-free eggs by 2025, and Canadian egg farms have made a commitment to transition. The growth of poultry housing systems comes from increased new building construction and new … Continue reading Investment trends in Canada’s poultry sector.

Summer send-off safety tips.

Labour Day weekend is upon us! It feels like yesterday we were welcoming the sunshine and planning weekend get-aways. And now, the kids are heading back to school. Many people will be spending the coming days enjoying what's left of summer. While our regular posts focus on market and trade information, we thought we'd use … Continue reading Summer send-off safety tips.

More about toiletries with plastic microbeads.

Toiletries containing plastic microbeads are now illegal for sale in Canada. The law came into effect on July 1, 2019. This follows a ban on manufacture and import of these products that came into force on July 1, 2018. Natural health products and non-prescription drugs that contained microbeads were exempt from the 2018 rule, but … Continue reading More about toiletries with plastic microbeads.