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RETAILER SPOTLIGHT: Building Trust
A Calgary-based operator’s innovative approach to product procurement and branding helps differentiate his c-store from the competition.
Freshii's Q3 results bolstered by sales at convenience and gas
CPG system sales were up 33% in Q3 2022, compared to Q3 2021.
BioSteel and Flow going for growth with co-manufacturing and facility purchase deal
BioSteel will produce Flow’s branded water at the U.S. facility, as well as its own sports hydration drinks.
Canadian Dairy Commission approves milk price increase for 2023 amid rising costs
If approved by provinces, the hike will push up prices of all dairy products.
Dairy Farmers of Ontario launch new marketing campaign
'Everybody milk' highlights beverage's role in milestone moments.
Former Red Bull, PepsiCo exec tapped to grow Electrolit in Canada
Enrico De La Torre is the new commercial director for the beverage.
Gatorade Canada partners with the Professional Women's Hockey Players Association
The season-long tour will stop in multiple cities across North America over a series of weekend events and create ongoing branding opportunities.
Calling all Canadian CPG product innovators! Entries for the 2023 Product of the Year Canada Awards are closing soon
Entry deadline is October 31, 2022.
Bang Energy's parent company files for bankruptcy
Founder vows to emerge "like a freight train."
Newfoundland and Labrador's Department of Finance clarifies details of new Sugar Tax
Here's what it means for retailers and wholesalers.
Coca-Cola Canada Bottling investing $34 million to expand capabilities of Lachine facility
New manufacturing lineup aims to meet growing demand in Eastern Canada and solidify presence in the Greater Montreal Area.
7-Eleven Canada gives back with Slurpee Name Your Price Day
100% of proceeds go to Food Banks Canada.
Couche-Tard says inflation eats into fuel volumes but bumps up 'house label' sales
While some big brands like Coca-Cola or Monster Energy have maintained strong sales, customers are "trading down'' on other food items.
Tax on sugary drinks begins in Newfoundland and Labrador, though not all are on board
Tax applies to beverages including sweetened pop, fruit-flavoured juices and teas, as well as sports and energy drinks.