Ontario now prohibits the sale of alcohol after 11 p.m. and requires bars and restaurants to close by 12 a.m. after COVID-19 case spike.
From wearable tech to robot baristas, technological innovation is stirring things up in the beverages sector By Mike Kostyo New technologies have a way of seeming futuristic, even ridiculous, one day and indispensable the next. Looking back to just a decade ago, it’s hard to believe we had yet to meet Amazon’s Alexa or gotten […]
Press release Downtown Toronto fast casual restaurant General Assembly Pizza (GA) launched the world’s first pizza subscription service on September 15 at gapizza.com. The subscription offers free home delivery for stacks of 4, 6, 8 or 10 pizzas from as little as $39 per order and as low as $9 per pizza. The service is […]
By Paulina Sawarna It’s now been almost six months since most of Canada was shut down in response to the coronavirus pandemic. With it came uncertainty, fear, and a major shift in social interactions, and in how business is conducted, particularly for the foodservice industry. Fortunately, Kraft Heinz Canada was able to leverage its experience […]
By Sophie Mir In this edition of “concepts to watch,” we highlight three restaurant concepts that are making an impact on Canadian diners. Here’s a look at the characteristics and menu offerings that make these restaurants unique: Neo Coffee Bar Facebook: 2,584 likes | Instagram: 12,880 followers | Twitter: 732 followers Locations: 2 (Toronto) Concept […]
This month’s Concept Watch takes a look at three restaurants from across Canada with unique offerings and dedicated online followings.
As of June 1, Manitoba restaurants can welcome guests back into their dining room as part of the second phase of restoring service across the province.
Alberta’s home-based businesses that produce low-risk foods can now sell their wares without a food-handling permit.
Press Release On Thursday, May 14 Walter Craft Caesar and Paul Mason, also known as Fashion Santa, are teaming up to celebrate National Caesar Day and raise funds for Canada’s largest food rescue charity, Second Harvest. The organization uses direct delivery and its FoodRescue.ca online donation platform to redistribute nutritious food from donors across Canada to […]
An amendment to the Liquor Licence Act (LLA) has reduced the minimum price of spirits sold with food takeout and delivery orders in Ontario by 33 per cent.