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Milk prices in New Brunswick set to increase four cents per litre starting Feb. 1
Move comes on the back of prices approvals from The Canadian Dairy Commission.
Clean-label challenge facing the plant-based food and beverage industry
"Plant based is getting so much talk, both positive and negative, we want to make sure we clear up the clutter.”
Slurpee Day is back this summer at 7-Eleven
Event includes a digital twist, and promotions.
Milk prices to rise two cents a litre this fall in rare mid year price hike
The actual increase in milk prices for consumers could be much more as various players in the supply chain could also tack on additional price increases.
As dairy commission examines milk prices behind closed doors, transparency questioned
At issue is a request by Dairy Farmers of Canada for a mid-year price hike due to inflation.
Juiced for June
Canadian Beverage Association launches new Juice Council website to boost the benefits of juice.
Guru Organic Energy delivers results
It's full steam ahead for summer promotional activities.
Canadian dairy sales expected to stay strong despite potential price hike: Saputo
Company will "absolutely be recovering costs" by passing those higher prices on to customers.
Dairy Farmers of Canada seeks second milk price hike this year, citing inflation
Can consumers afford another price hike?
Zero sugar replacing diet in the beverage aisle
The category is undergoing a major makeover, as manufacturers compete for a piece of the growing zero-sugar drinks segment.
Ryan Klein moves into the role of president at Sapsucker
New role is a promotion for the former COO.
Ready to drink bubble tea!
Shelf stable, no refrigeration needed.
Guru puts 'plant-based' at the centre of a new marketing campaign
Communications will be supported by large-scale in-store activation program, with the support of Guru's exclusive Canadian distributor.
Product of the Year Canada announces 2022 winners
The largest consumer survey of product innovation reveals winners in 35 categories, including several convenience industry standouts.