On April 9, celebrity Miley Cyrus tweeted, “For everyone calling me anorexic I have a gluten and lactose allergy. It’s not about weight it’s about health.
Canadian Pizza mag made its annual jaunt to Las Vegas for the International Pizza Expo
We are thrilled to bring our readers the inaugural Canadian Pizza Business Forum on Tuesday, June 26, in Waterloo, Ont.
I’ve got a good feeling about 2012.
We Canadians sure do love wine – we spent $5.8 billion on it last year alone. That’s a 3.1 per cent jump over the previous year, reports Statistics Canada.
Like any icon of attitude and coolness, pizza has spawned a long line of wannabes.
If hot weather tends to have a chilling effect on your business, the months ahead may look more like tough times than sunny days.
The fridge in my first apartment was stocked with nothing but Coke, OJ and ice cream. I was 17 and working in a pizzeria, enjoying a teenager’s dream diet of pizza, subs and the aforementioned contents of my inaugural fridge.
Canadian Pizza magazine returned once again as a regular exhibitor to the International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas, which ran from March 1 to 3 at the Las Vegas Convention Center at the Hilton.
March is a march of food shows. With the International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas and the CRFA show in Toronto falling back to back each year (and sometimes overlapping), we do our share of soaking up all there is to learn at these two important industry events in two fabulous cities. And here at Canadian Pizza magazine, we love getting out to events. It’s always a great opportunity to share face time with you, our valuable readers.
Food TV and the various other media dedicated to all things foodie have been catalysts for the consumer savvy that’s blossomed recently.
There’s a whole world of cheeses to explore. Despite high tariffs, importers from around the globe are bringing flavours from as far away as Italy, Israel and India to Canadians.
June 30, 2009 – It seems there is more than meets the eye when it comes to the old adage “Canada the Good,” particularly where wine enjoyment is concerned.
The first street legal low-speed electric car on Quebec streets was purchased by Chic Alors!, a gourmet pizzeria owned by Hugh Philippin.
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Montreal Pizza Fest
September 11-24, 2019
YYZ Pizza Week
September 20-29, 2019
Canadian Coffee and Tea Show
September 22-23, 2019
Toronto Franchise Show
October 5-6, 2019
Canadian Pizza Summit and Chef of the Year Competitions
October 21, 2019
Canadian Restaurant Leadership Summit
November 5, 2019