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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 >>
Coca-Cola to build Ontario milk plant
Managed dairy system entices cola maker to produce Fairlife in Peterborough Lire la suite >>
Loblaws turns food scraps into cocktail accompaniments
Grocery retailer shares tips via social media on how to reduce food waste Lire la suite >>
Kellogg Company makes leadership changes
Kellogg Company has made leadership changes in North America and Europe to “help drive the company’s growth strategy” in those markets. Lire la suite >>
Nestlé Canada’s Shelley Martin to retire this summer
Nestlé Canada president and CEO Shelley Martin is retiring at the end of July, closing a 28-year career with the Toronto-based food and beverage company. Jeff Hamilton, president Nestlé Foods Division at… Lire la suite >>
Into the West
From the coast to the prairies, a roundup of great grocers Lire la suite >>
In-store restaurants help give grocers a competitive edge
As competition heats up for every food dollar, more grocery banners are partnering with well-known restaurants and chefs to give consumers another reason to visit their stores. The restaurant-within-a-store concept… Lire la suite >>
Couche-Tard CEO says Ontario retailers acting ‘rationally’ to minimum wage hike
Most Ontario retailers are acting rationally in response to January’s large increase in the minimum wage and not cutting hours of operations, the CEO of Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. said Tuesday.… Lire la suite >>
Metro increasing in-store tech to combat minimum wage increases
CEO Eric La Flèche reiterated steps Metro Inc. is taking to absorb rising labour costs stemming from recent minimum wage hikes, at a press conference Jan. 30 following the company’s annual… Lire la suite >>
Judith McKenna to lead Walmart’s international division
Walmart executive vice-president and chief operating officer, Judith McKenna, has been tapped to lead the big box retailer’s international unit. Effective Feb. 1, McKenna will step into the president and… Lire la suite >>
Nestlé agrees to $2.8-billion deal with Ferrero
Swiss food and drink giant Nestlé is selling its U.S. candy business to Italy’s Ferrero for about $2.8 billion in cash. Ferrero will take over iconic chocolate brands Butterfinger and… Lire la suite >>
HMR driving grocery’s evolution: Mintel
Home meal replacement (HMR) is pushing grocery retail into a new era according to research firm Mintel, with 85% of Canadians having purchased prepared or made-to-order foods at a grocery… Lire la suite >>