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Montreal – A new documentary, Terra Mia, focuses on the preservation of Italian culture in Quebec and explores how its identity is changing with every generation. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – Six out of 10 respondents believe tariffs imposed on products imported from the United States will have a negative impact on their businesses, according to Restaurants Canada’s most recent quarterly Restaurant Outlook Survey.
The International Grains Council has warned that dry and unseasonably hot weather in several key grain-producing countries has cut wheat production by 16 million tons. Bakers Journal reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – David Coletto, CEO of Abacus Data, will share the results of an exciting survey of millennial Canadian pizza lovers at the Canadian Pizza Summit on Oct. 15.
Meal kit purchases in Canada have doubled since 2014, with customers pressed for time or acting on a whim most likely to buy them, says a report from NPD Group. Three out of five of those customers are male.
Toronto – Start-up food incubator Food Starter and Canadian food manufacturer Fiera Foods together have launched The Women in Food Rise Up Fund.
Canada – Canadian restaurants and their Canadian and visiting customers are encouraged to celebrate Food Canada Day, Aug. 4.
If you’re an independent operator, chances are you have some specialty combinations on your menu. Most pizzeria menus have standard combinations. You know, the favourites like vegetarian and a barbecue chicken combination.
Winnipeg – A well-known Winnipeg restaurant chain has severed its ties with Skip the Dishes, saying the benefits of using the online delivery company turned into drawbacks. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
Aberdeen, Scotland – Academics who examined patterns of looking for food online, such as pizza, in the U.K., U.S., Canada, Australia and India and found that ordering peaked in all countries at 7 p.m. and  2 a.m. BBC News reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – Pizza Pizza has introduced specialty chicken and vegetarian pizzas using its newly developed cauliflower-based crust.
Ottawa – The federal government is concerned that most Canadians are eating too much sodium and is taking steps to help them reduce their intake. 
Toronto – Two people are dead and another dozen injured after a lone gunman walked along Toronto’s busy Danforth Avenue on Sunday night, randomly shooting pedestrians before opening fire on crowded restaurants. The Globe and Mail reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – Centralized kitchens, or virtual kitchens, that rely on third-party delivery services have recently started seeping into the Canadian market. The National Post reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – Come with us and take a speedy video tour of Faema Canada’s showroom on Dupont Street in Toronto, where the Canadian Pizza Summit and Chef of the Year Competitions will take place on Oct. 15. A century ago, the modern renovated facility was turning out Ford Model Ts – soon it will be turning out delicious pizza!
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