Communication et marketing

Maple Leaf Foods names new senior VP
Nadia Theodore becomes senior VP of global industry and government relations in October Lire la suite >>
Tyson Foods names new CEO
Dean Banks steps into the role previously held by Noel White Lire la suite >>
Walmart, Kroger Bottle Their Own Milk and Shake Up American Dairy Industry
Americans’ thirst for cheap milk—and grocers’ rush to provide it—are remaking the centuries-old dairy industry. When supermarket shoppers reach for white gallon jugs these days, most of the time they… Lire la suite >>
Mondelēz still committed to reducing pack sizes after latest ‘shrinkflation’ row
Cadbury-owner Mondelēz International says it remains committed to reformulation via reducing portion sizes after a backlash over its move to shrink the sizes of all Cadbury chocolate bars sold in… Lire la suite >>
Canadian grocers say they did not coordinate on ending pandemic pay
The heads of three Canadian grocery chains told a House of Commons committee late last week that while they were in communication in the weeks leading up to June 13,… Lire la suite >>
Food & Ag Anti-Racism Resources + Black Food & Farm Businesses to Support
We at Food+Tech Connect stand in solidarity with the Black community against systemic racism. Built on the exploitation of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC), our industry – from… Lire la suite >>
Mrs. Butterworth’s, Cream of Wheat join Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben’s in changing brand amid racial protests
Mrs. Butterworth’s and Cream of Wheat are the latest brands to announce plans to reshape their image in the wake of racial protests still happening across the country. Lire la suite >>
Deux géants de l’alimentation réclament de meilleures pratiques agricoles
Le géant de l’alimentation General Mills, qui possède plus de 100 marques dont Yoplait et Cheerios, de même que Danone, grand nom dans l’industrie des yogourts, désirent tous deux se… Lire la suite >>
COVID-19: «Accrochez-vous, c’est fini en Chine», dit un entrepreneur québécois
Les entreprises québécoises pâtissent de l’épidémie du coronavirus, et plusieurs dirigeants, fatigués et stressés, s’arrachent les cheveux pour trouver des liquidités. Malgré tout, il faut s’accrocher et garder espoir, car… Lire la suite >>
Concilier sécurité alimentaire et biodiversité : agir local, penser global
L’intensification de l’agriculture a conduit à un effondrement de la biodiversité qui pourrait devenir irréversible. En outre, depuis quatre ans, le nombre de personnes souffrant de la faim repart à… Lire la suite >>
Fisheries producers shifting gears to adjust to coronavirus impact on markets
Atlantic Canadian fisheries entrepreneurs like Danny Dumaresque have to be nimble in their marketing efforts as the impact of the novel coronavirus hits their Asian customer base and delays key… Lire la suite >>
Seafood expo postponed over coronavirus concerns
A major seafood industry event scheduled for this month at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center has been called off due to coronavirus-related concerns, organizers announced Tuesday. Lire la suite >>