Technomic lifts the lid on what’s to come by assessing 5 Canadian foodservice trends we should expect in 2021.
Various Canadian and U.S. restaurants are exploring dining pods as an option during COVID-19 but their viability is still a point of contention.
“We need to care about this.” Toronto non-profit Not 9 to 5 is advocating for greater mental health support for foodservice workers.
A new government report shows the devastating effect that COVID-19 has had on the food and beverage and hospitality industries in 2020.
The digital tool simplifies data collection by allowing visitors to provide their contact information directly on their own smartphone using a QR code uniquely branded for the business they are visiting.
Industry expert Doug Radkey offers tips to foodservice operators on how to thrive as winter, and a potential COVID-19 second wave, approaches.
Ghost kitchens, based on setting up facilities focused exclusively on online delivery and takeout orders, are becoming ubiquitous during COVID-19.
SkipTheDishes’ initiatives include rebates for local independent partners and 0 per cent commission for new partners.
A total of $26.6 million in funding for the Canadian agri-food sector has been announced since June.
The federal government has announced its intention to introduce new, targeted supports and rent relief to help hard-hit businesses.