Food Manufacturing News
La Brasserie McAuslan Brewing is now part of the RJ Brewers family but will continue to operate independently
Almost 75% intend to invest in equipment this year, budgets from $50,000 to $5 million.
To be used primarily to fill needs for high-skilled jobs temporarily, until businesses can train Canadians
Find out which sectors of the industry gained and which lost out in 2012, plus forecasts for 2013
As wheat production experiences a decline in Australia, Canadian supplies get more of the market
Spring forecast says shipments will rebound to nine per cent this year, after disappointing gain in 2012
Alberta researchers have developed two new varieties of wheat that fit with shorter growing seasons, offer higher yield and better disease resistance
The snack foods category is growing and still has growth potential as consumers lead busier lives and look for on-the-go meal solutions
Researchers find that millet grains offer many health benefits but industry is missing a way to process the grain effectively
A Canadian researcher who specializes in seaweed says the ingredient holds myriad of health benefits and great potential for snack makers
Preliminary version of monthly purchasing managers index declined to 50.5 from March's 51.6
The CDC’s latest report on the rates of foodborne illnesses in the U.S. finds that they have not changed significantly in recent years
A sampling of the latest new consumer products includes single-malt Scotch, cider, brandy, chocolate, cracker chips, seafood and no more tears onion seasoning blends
Canadian Cheese Grand Prix award winners announced
Ron Doering looks at Michael Moss’s new book Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us
Emerging economies want food, fuel; a lot of shipments from manufacturing.
Shawinigan, Que., plant, which produces snack cakes, slated for closure May 3
Canada Bread’s plant in Shawinigan, Que. is set to close as demand for snack cakes drops
Scientists in the U.S. may have found a way to help feed the world’s growing population by transforming cellulose into starch
Russia is Canada's third-largest market for Canadian pork, with imports worth about $500 million last year.