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Industry News 

Food industry fights grocery retailers’ ‘arbitrary fees’

Canada’s premier food industry associations have announced their intention to fight arbitrary fees and call for a more equitable system.

RC: Food industry will be slowest to recover

Restaurants Canada is taking its fight for the food industry’s survival to the federal government.

Nestlē offers free online pre-commis chef program

The Worldchefs Academy offers a comprehensive base to learn the basics online before entering a professional kitchen.

Kerry ranks 5th on FAIRR list of global food companies

New plant-based offerings helped the nutrition and ingredient company score in the top five global companies on the FAIRR list.

DSS prevents outbreaks through virtual training platform

DuPont Sustainable Solutions’ “The New Normal Training” is applicable to all business verticals including manufacturing, bakery retail and restaurants.
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Florida Food Products acquired Amelia Bay

Florida Food Products has acquired Amelia Bay, LLC., a leading provider of fresh brewed tea extracts, coffee extracts and botanicals. » Read more...

Flexicon unveils new flexible screw conveyor

Flexicon have introduced a new base model 1450 flexible screw conveyor with 115 mm O.D. polymer conveyor tube and low cost carbon steel floor hopper and discharge housing. » Read more...

QSB expands despite pandemic

QSB also launched in food service with local restaurants, and are looking to partner with popular chains seeking a healthier bread for sandwiches and hamburgers. » Read more...

IDDBA: Reduced income means reduced sales

IDDBA’s report announced that due to many consumers having concerns about lax disinfection in groceries, paired with less discretionary income means sales are dropping for in-store baked goods. » Read more...

Podcast: Plant-based baking and gut health with Caldic

Caldic speaks with Bakers Journal about what gut health is, and how bakers can support their customers’ interest in healthier baked goods. » Read more...