Starting in 2026, Canada will require that nutrition warnings are posted on the front of pre-packaged food with high levels of saturated fat, sugar, or sodium. According to the Canadian Press, the key reasoning behind the move is to help grocery shoppers make healthier choices with just a glance. The policy has been in the […]
Assessing the top pandemic-era foods and the best packaging for off-premise dining By Cal Cary Is it time for a menu refresh? Maybe you’re worried you’ve tapped out your current customer base and need to attract new ones, or you just want the chance to surprise and delight your most loyal patrons again – something […]
How tamper-evident packaging improves food safety and customer satisfaction. By Paul Rutherford It’s no surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an enormous increase in restaurant delivery and takeout sales. In fact, a recent Dalhousie University study found that the number of Canadians ordering food once a week increased from 29.6% to 45.4% between […]
Tim Hortons says it is in the process of introducing paper straws in its 4,000 restaurants in Canada and plans to complete the transition from plastic by early 2021.
By Lynn Dyer Changing habits and new dining options are just two of the factors that affect foodservice packaging — those single-use cups, containers, bags, wraps and cutlery used by restaurants and other establishments that offer prepared foods and beverages. These items, made from materials like paper, plastic and aluminum, allow foodservice operators to serve […]