Canadian Grocer

Here’s how COVID-19 will reshape the grocery business
From a rise in e-commerce to increased salaries for front-line employees, the effects will be both wide-ranging and long-lasting, experts say Lire la suite >>
Rice, pasta sales rocket during COVID-19: StatsCan
New report examines what products Canadians have been purchasing to prepare for the pandemic Lire la suite >>
Ford: Ontario grocery stores will close two days at Easter
Ontario’s premier says frontline workers deserve a break to spend time with family Lire la suite >>
Bringing the farm in-store
Grocers are experimenting with vertical farms. Is this a fad or an effective long-term strategy? Lire la suite >>
Grocery deliveries delayed as demand surges
E-grocery usage continues to rise as the government urges Canadians to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic Lire la suite >>
COVID-19: Saputo sees demand shift from food service to retail
Montreal company says it’s working hard to keep up with consumer demand Lire la suite >>
How smaller online grocers are adapting to the COVID-19 era
Fresh City Farms and SPUD.ca hire laid-off restaurant workers, cap orders amid sharp rise in demand Lire la suite >>
Canadian milk prices on the rise: Study
The price of 2% milk has increased in 17 of 19 markets since last summer, according to Field Agent Lire la suite >>
Why CPGs have a big opportunity in the future of healthcare
I recently attended CB Insights Future of Health conference in New York City, bringing together 600-plus industry leaders, startups, and investors from around the world to discuss the direction of… Lire la suite >>
Grocers respond to food shortage fears amid COVID-19 outbreak
Empire, Sobeys and Loblaw are dealing with an influx of shoppers and product shortages during the coronavirus outbreak Lire la suite >>
North West Company selling 34 Giant Tiger stores
The $45-million deal will see the Winnipeg company sell the stores to Ottawa-based Giant Tiger Stores Limited Lire la suite >>
How Canadian grocery is dealing with COVID-19
From closing in-store seating areas to hourly cart cleaning, grocers are doing what they can to protect employees and consumers Lire la suite >>