Alberta’s provincial government is introducing a “Made in Alberta” label to help grocery shoppers quickly identify food that has been produced within the province’s borders. The labels, which will read “Made in Alberta, by Albertans”, will be introduced by the government’s Agriculture and Forestry department. The key motivations are to help support local farmers and food […]
KFC Canada is the first quick-service restaurant in Canada to commit to making all of its packaging 100 per cent home compostable. In celebration of World Environment Day on June 5, KFC Canada has announced that all consumer-facing packaging will be fully home compostable by 2025. KFC will begin piloting its first home compostable bucket […]
There is good news for consumers with a sesame allergy, as food packaging in the United States will be legally obligated to list sesame as an ingredient from the start of 2023. The newly passed Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education, and Research (FASTER) Act of 2021 denotes sesame as America’s ninth “major allergen.” The law […]
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 […]
Loop’s partnerships with the likes of Loblaws and Kraft Heinz place a greater focus on using sustainable and reusable packaging.
In the 2020 climate of COVID-19, some sustainable food service practices, while in some cases long-established, are not practical.
Press Release Kellogg Company announced today that it is expanding its Global Sustainability Commitments to include a goal of working towards 100 per cent reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by the end of 2025. This aspiration builds on Kellogg’s current sustainable packaging commitment, as part of its Sustainability 2020 goals, to continue to ensure 100 per cent of […]