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Canadian flavours among top 16 in Gelato World Tour
April 23, 2014, Austin, TX – Two flavours created by Canadians will be among 16 elite gelato flavours vying for the first Gelato World Tour title in Austin, Texas, May 9-11.  | READ MORE
Pizza Hut testing cafe concept in India
April 23, 2014, India – Pizza Hut has been quietly testing a new coffee concept called Hut Cafe. Parent company Yum Brands recently opened Hut Cafes inside two Pizza Huts in India and within the next couple of months, plans to open 10 more, reports Business Insider. | READ MORE
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Pizza 73 opens second B.C. location
April 23, 2014, Edmonton – Western pizza chain Pizza 73 has opened its 74th location at 9325 96th St. in Fort St. John, B.C. The company’s newest location is the first to open in Fort St. John and the second in British Columbia.  | READ MORE
Pizzeria faces federal grilling over temporary foreign workers
April 22, 2014, Weyburn, Sask. – The owners of a pizza restaurant in Weyburn, Sask., are facing a deluge of online scorn and a federal investigation after two veteran employees said they lost their jobs to temporary foreign workers. | READ MORE
Emerging fast-casual category captures 6% of QSR
April 22, 2014, Toronto – There is a new category in the Canadian foodservice industry predicted to give quick-service and full-service restaurants (QSRs and FSRs) a run for their money, says a recent study by the NPD Group.  | READ MORE
Brewery gouging costs restaurants $75 million a year, says industry analysis
April 22, 2014, Toronto – Restaurants and bars in Ontario pay $75 million more than consumers each year for 24-bottle cases of beer, says Restaurants Canada, which represents Ontario’s $28-billion restaurant and foodservice industry.  | READ MORE
Lower loonie no big deal, 54% of business owners say
April 21, 2014 – The fluctuating loonie may actually have little impact on most Canadian businesses, suggests a new survey by the Bank of Montreal. About half of business owners recently polled said changes in the dollar have no impact on them. Slightly more of those who head small businesses said that held true for them as well. | READ MORE
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