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Saputo acquires Scotsburn fluid milk activities
April 15, 2014, Montreal – Saputo Inc. has acquired the fluid milk activities of Scotsburn Co-Operative Services Limited based in Atlantic Canada. Scotsburn, a Nova Scotia co-operative, will continue its other activities such as its frozen ice cream and frozen novelties business.  | READ MORE
 
Campaign lets Canadians vote on pizza ideas
April 15, 2014, Mississauga, Ont. – Boston Pizza has launched a marketing campaign called Pizza Game Changers that lets customers decide which ideas will fly.  | READ MORE
 
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Alcohol sales up in West, stagnant in East: StatsCan
April 14, 2014 – Statistics Canada’s latest annual data indicate alcohol sales rose 2.2 per cent to $21.36 billion, a slower increase than the 3 per cent advance recorded in the previous 12-month period. The data showed a regional discrepancy, with the figures suggesting a two-speed economy in Canada with a fast-growing west picking up the slack for the stagnant east. | READ MORE
 
Australian chef wins prize for best Pizza Margherita
APril 12, 2014, Italy – An Australian chef has won this year's award for the best Pizza Margherita at the World Pizza Championship in Italy. The international panel of judges decided the winner in the traditional Neapolitan pizza category was Johnny Di Francesco, who runs a restaurant in Melbourne, Il Sole 24 Ore newspaper reports. | READ MORE
 
Expect an average winter wheat crop: cereal specialist
April 11, 2014 – Despite prolonged cold, sitting water and ice, Ontario growers can expect to bring in an average wheat crop this year, says an OMAF cereal specialist. | READ MORE
 
Man claims pizzeria charged him $37 for $7 sandwich
April 11, 2014, Vancouver – A customer is furious after a North Vancouver pizzeria allegedly short-changed him, essentially charging him $37 for a $7 sandwich. | READ MORE
 
Restaurant inspections at national chains uncover repeated, major violations
April 11, 2014 – Canada’s biggest analysis of public health inspection reports from national chain restaurants reveals that almost one in four inspections has at least one major violation, a CBC Marketplace investigation has found. | READ MORE
 
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