Toronto – McDonald's Canada announced it will be the first company in Canada to serve Canadian beef from certified sustainable farms and ranches, beginning with its Angus lineup.  
Columbia, MO – The cleanliness of restaurant employees is as important to public perceptions of food safety as a clean environment and hygienic food preparation, but many restaurants do not measure up to customers' standards, suggests a new study.
Ottawa – In a break for Canadian mustard seed farmers, mustard was dropped from the proposed list of retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods just before they took effect on July 1. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
Louisville, KY – John Schnatter, the founder and public face of Papa John's pizza, resigned as the company's chairman hours after he apologized for using the N-word on a conference call in May. CNN Money reports. | READ MORE
Chicago – The number of plant-based ingredients and products, along with meat substitutes, on the market is growing due to worldwide interest in clean eating, says trend researcher Innova Market Insights.
Toronto – David Coletto, CEO of Abacus Data, and an expert on millennial attitudes and behaviour, will be keynote speaker at the Canadian Pizza Summit on Oct. 15.
Rome – A Russian physicist living in Rome has analyzed pizza-making and concluded that wood ovens are superior to electric ones because they give the perfect balance of well-cooked base and browned toppings. His findings are published through Cornell University. Cosmos reports. | READ MORE
Canada – Almost half of Canadians (41 per cent) spend more money in the summer than other seasons, with 21 per cent of that money going to dinners out and entertainment, according to a recent survey from RetailMeNot.
Toronto – The Halal Food Fest Toronto will host more than 200 halal restaurants, bakeries, manufacturers, specialty stores and artisan vendors July 14-15 at The International Centre in Mississauga, Ont.
Toronto – Restaurants Canada and Centennial College together have developed a guide to help foodservice employers foster a better and more respectful work environment.
Halifax – A group of people with physical disabilities is challenging the Nova Scotia government over what it says is a failure to enforce a regulation requiring restaurants to have accessible bathrooms. The Canadian Press reports. | READ MORE
Los Angeles, CA – Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza will offer its version of garlic knots – Dough Knots – developed by its executive chef Bradford Kent using his signature dough recipe.
Mississauga, Ont. – Peter Blackwell is the new senior vice-president of marketing and communications for Boston Pizza International.
San Francisco, CA – A handful of restaurants in San Francisco, Calif., are reacting to a shortage of workers by having customers help themselves. The New York Times reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – On June 20, the Italian Chamber of Commerce of Ontario hosted an evening of networking, pizza sampling and beer sipping at Masseria on King Street West in Toronto.
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