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F&B associations launch first national food supply chain platform

The Food Convergence Innovation (FCI) Canada – Food and Beverage Supply Chain Project focuses on creating a national, sector-wide platform with enterprise-to-enterprise connectivity capabilities. This is expected to strengthen Canada’s domestic food supply chain.

Federal government invests $20M in Natural Products Canada

With this funding boost, Natural Products Canada and its partners will help 500 Canadian companies developing natural products and technologies, such as nutrition supplements, feed ingredients, compostable packaging and environmental remediation.

Kehe to distribute Modern Meat products in the U.S.

Modern Plant-Based Foods has entered into a wholesale distribution agreement with Kehe Distributors to carry its line of meat alternatives in the U.S.

Berner names Kelly Diamond as VP of operations

Berner Food & Beverage, a private label and contract manufacturing supplier of food and beverage products, appoints Kelly Diamond as vice-president of operations.

PSSI to acquire Safe Foods

PSSI signs a definitive agreement to acquire Safe Foods Corporation, a food safety performance management company.

Coca-Cola and Nestle continue to dominate food and drink sector: Report

According to the Brand Finance Food & Drink 2021 report, Coca-Cola is the world’s most valuable soft drink brand and Nestle tops the food brand list. However, the majority of subsectors in the food and beverage industry recorded cumulative brand value losses this year, as the sectors negotiated the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. » Read full article
Sustainable Change

Sustainable Change: Love your imperfections

Celebrating our imperfections, encouraging consumers to be themselves, creating emotional connections in a world yearning for them…this is how we should be marketing ugly fruits and vegetables, says food sustainability expert Cher Mereweather, CEO of Provision Coalition. » Read full article
Food Law

Food Law: Lasting solutions to solving import rejections

When a shipment is rejected at the border, the clock starts ticking as storage fees accumulate and delays risk disrupting carefully planned logistics. Finding the right solution often involves co-ordinating with multiple providers and regulators to determine the root cause and fix the issue. What can you do? Read our latest Food Law column by Laura Gomez & Gladys Olsen of Gowling WLG. » Read full article

2021 NextGenBaker Leadership Forum

Location: Alexandria, Va.
Dates: September 14 – 16
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CHFA East 2021

Location: Online
Dates: September 16 – 18
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SIAL Canada

Location: Online
Dates: September 21 – 23
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