Toronto – Restaurants Canada president Donna Dooher is urging the federal government to consider revamping the supply management system in tandem with its participation in ongoing Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement talks.
Manhattan, KS – AIB International is offering a course entitled Practical Pizza Production Technology designed for pizzeria owners, managers and employees, as well as entrepreneurs considering opening their own shop.
July 24, 2015, Toronto – Canadian consumer spending rose just over six per cent in the second quarter of 2015 on a year-over-year basis, and restaurant and home improvement spending made impressive gains, according to a report from Moneris.
Ottawa – The Canadian government says it will not be bullied as the United States ratchets up pressure on Canada’s heavily protected dairy sector ahead of what could be the final round of talks for a Pacific Rim trade deal spanning 12 countries. The Globe and Mail reports. | READ MORE
Edmonton – People with celiac disease may soon be able to enjoy bread, pasta and other gluten products without suffering headaches, digestion problems and severe intestinal damage, CBC News reports. | READ MORE
July 20, 2015, Ottawa – Savour Ottawa Tables, which started July 15 and runs until Aug. 30, features specially priced table d’hôte menus and special dishes, all built around ingredients grown in and around the city. The Ottawa Citizen reports. | READ MORE
July 16, 2015, Barrie, Ont. – Topper's Pizza recently became a part of the Canadian Franchise Association’s Military Veterans Program and is now using the initiative to reach out to new franchisees in Ontario.
July 15, 2015, Washington – The Food and Drug Administration has announced that U.S. restaurants will now have until Dec. 1, 2016, to comply with federal menu labelling rules – one year beyond the original deadline. The Associated Press reports. | READ MORE
July 13, 2015, Toronto – Inside and outside the Canadian beef industry, which has seen its overall herd shrink in recent years, many say a decrease in beef prices is unlikely any time soon. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
July 8, 2015, Toronto – After eight years with Groupex Systems Canada and four years as chief operating officer of Restaurants Canada, Carmine Aquino has announced plans to leave the association as of July 31.
July 7, 2015, Chicago – While digital pioneers like some U.S. pizza chains are recognized for well-integrated technology, overall relatively few consumers strongly agree that a restaurant they recently visited used technology to improve their experience, according to a recent white paper issued by market research firm Technomic. Restaurant Hospitality reports. | READ MORE
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