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BRUSSELS – The European Union’s highest court has said the name of feta cheese was a traditional Greek name and deserved protection throughout the EU, siding with Greece against Germany and Denmark.
MONTREAL – Redberry Resto Brands Inc. of Longueil, Quebec announced the acquisition of 40 Quebec Pizza Hut restaurants, becoming the province’s Pizza Hut master franchisee. Before the sale took place in September 2005, the 40 restaurants were owned by YUM! Brands Inc.
A good napkin folder is hard to find – but easy to train, according to Tom Cone of Mothman Productions, creator of the world’s first napkin folding DVD.
MISSISSAUGA – Quiznos Sub has targeted “la belle Province” for growth, where the company awarded more than 75 franchises for development.
Bigbrews Technologies Inc. can turn any pizzeria, pub or restaurant into a brew pub in as little as 160 square feet of floor space … if your beer sales are currently reaching around 25 kegs a month.
It’s a food with many styles and forms, so why not extend pizza’s sale power to dessert? 
Cheese connoisseurs may want to get used to names like Allegretto, Migneron and Fleurmier.
RICHMOND – Premium Brands Inc. a producer, marketer and distributor of specialty branded consumer food products, recently announced its acquisition of Harlan Fairbanks.
MONTREAL – Quebec’s new Tobacco Act, set to come into effect Jan. 1, 2006, will have a devastating impact on Quebec businesses whose clientele include a high proportion of smoking customers, according to the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservice Association.
WINNIPEG – Del’s Specialty Meats is about to take another great leap forward in the pizza business.
An independent study conducted for the Fair Air Association of Canada (FAAC) by Northstar Research Partners shows that 70 per cent of Ontarians believe that bar owners who have invested in ventilated smoking areas should be allowed to maintain them.
Members of Women in Food Industry Management not only hunger for role models, they serve them up at an incredible feast each year.
Canada’s largest restaurant chains launched a new program in February that will make it easier for consumers to obtain detailed nutrition information about various menu items.
Kraft Foods Inc. recently announced that it plans to curb its advertising of Oreo cookies, regular Kool-Aid and other popular snack foods to children under 12 as part of an effort to encourage better eating habits.
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