Finding useful and delicious ways to minimize waste is an age-old challenge in foodservice. Now, IKEA Canada’s food waste cookbook is here to help. The IKEA ScrapsBook cookbook is a collaborative project with 10 North American chefs featuring recipes using kitchen waste. The food waste cookbook features renowned chefs such as Adrian Forte, Craig Wong […]
Popeyes has made new food quality commitments for the next five years as part of Restaurant Brands International’s Restaurant Brands for Good sustainability plan. These commitments are part of the brand’s goal to serve responsibly sourced, high-quality, and great-tasting food, while continuously working to reducing its environmental footprint. The pledges including removing artificial colours, flavours, […]
Loop’s partnerships with the likes of Loblaws and Kraft Heinz place a greater focus on using sustainable and reusable packaging.
Designed and constructed by a Vancouver-based green building company, the Starbucks drive-thru is set to open next year in Abbotsford, B.C.
Vancouver has postponed the start of its plastic shopping bag and single-use cup by-laws until January 1, 2022 due to the impact of COVID-19.
Technomic lifts the lid on what’s to come by assessing 5 Canadian foodservice trends we should expect in 2021.
According to new research from the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity (CCFI), Canadians are optimistic about their food supply even during COVID-19.
In light of Canada’s proposed ban on single-use plastics, Tim Hortons has announced several environmentally-friendly measures during Waste Reduction Week.
In the 2020 climate of COVID-19, some sustainable food service practices, while in some cases long-established, are not practical.
Press Release A new study finds restaurants can play a crucial role in diverting tons more food waste away from the nation’s landfills. One way to accomplish this: offering durable or compostable plates, cups and utensils, which the study proves makes it easier for customers to compost their food scraps and sort their waste into […]