Canadian Grocer

(English) The discount disruptors to watch through 2020
The ongoing growth of discount retailers in Canada isn’t intuitive. Canadians reported record consumer confidence last year, reaching a 10-year high by August. This also translated to strong spending, as… Lire la suite >>
(English) Tougher decisions to come as trade war drags on
Potential price increases and a squeeze on capital investment are likely, say experts Lire la suite >>
(English) DavidsTea is headed to the grocery aisle
Montreal-based company inks a distribution deal with Loblaw Companies Limited Lire la suite >>
Why millennials still matter
Understanding the purchasing power of this group can be tricky, but it’s well worth the effort Lire la suite >>
(English) Post Holdings forms subsidiary for its private brands business
Private equity firm invests nearly US$900 million and becomes co-owner of new venture Lire la suite >>
(English) Saputo quarterly profit drops on acquisitions, operating costs
Print Email Change text size Share: inShare Saputo quarterly profit drops on acquisitions, operating costs By The Canadian Press | August 07, 2018 saputo-earnings Saputo Inc. says its first-quarter profit… Lire la suite >>
(English) The rising power of private label
Grocers are making a big push on store brands to create differentiation and drive customer loyalty Lire la suite >>
(English) Online grocery: Who’s doing what?
With the delivery wars heating up, we look at what services the big players are offering Lire la suite >>
(English) Fresh categories drive nearly 50% of dollar growth: Study
Fresh categories are performing well but there’s room for innovation and cross-promotional opportunities Lire la suite >>
(English) 2018 Golden Pencil Award winners named
Mary Dalimonte and Tom Gunter to receive grocery industry’s highest honour Lire la suite >>
(English) Print Email Change text size Share: inShare Pay-what-you-can grocery opens in Toronto, experts question the model
There’s a reason you don’t often see a pay-what-you-can grocery store, say marketing experts intrigued by a Toronto venture billed as the first of its kind. Lire la suite >>
(English) Coca-Cola to build Ontario milk plant
Managed dairy system entices cola maker to produce Fairlife in Peterborough Lire la suite >>