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Colabor to relocate its head office and warehouse
New strategic and modern facilities are to be ready for move-in Q4 2023.
Strategies for creating the right selection at the right price to drive convenience store profits.
Quality solutions for on-the-go consumers
Pronto Selections offers quality, convenience solutions for on-the-go consumers. Our lineup of value breakfast, snack and daytime offerings, provides great tasting, heat and serve food for your operations.
Canada's inflation rate cools in August but food prices continue to climb
Excluding gasoline prices, year-over-year inflation was 6.3%.
Ready for lunch?
As consumers adjust daily routines, demand for easy, grab and go options at c-stores is on the rise.
Restaurants usher in higher prices, smaller portion sizes as costs rise, report says
Experts share tips to help foodservice operators mitigate sticker shock for consumers.
Couche-Tard forges ahead with fuel and food initiatives
Couche-Tard launched several promotions to drive awareness of the program.
Couche-Tard invests in U.S. ghost kitchen company
California-based Kitchen United operates about 200 kitchens across 20 regions in the U.S.
Maple Leaf stock drops on disappointing results as economic challenges weigh
Labour markets, supply chains and inflation to blame.
Tim Hortons sales above pre pandemic levels as parent company reports sales grew 14%
Restaurant operators and other hospitality businesses are plotting a rebound from the pandemic.
Tim Hortons offers coffee and doughnut as proposed settlement in class action lawsuit
The settlement, negotiated with the legal teams involved in the lawsuits, still requires court approval.
Foodservice and drinking places sales rose 3% in May: StatsCan
Find out which province delivered the best results.
MTY Food Group posts higher sales as it contends with labour shortage, inflation
The company aims to grow both organically and through acquisitions.
What’s in a label?
Evaluating the impact of new front of package labels on Canadians’ c-store buying decisions.
Local products a priority for Canadian consumers
Despite inflation and spending cutbacks, shoppers believe in buying local.
Canada to require nutrition warnings on front of some packaged food
In general, they'll be placed on pre-packaged foods that contain more than 15% of the suggested daily value of saturated fat, sugars or sodium.
Saskatchewan ranchers call for investigation into retail meat pricing
While ranches report losses, retailers are reporting profits.
7-Eleven unveils its latest Evolution Store
Store features digital and product innovation, plus outdoor dining.
A&W opening first trial of Pret A Manger brand in Vancouver this summer
If trails is successful, A&W will have the exclusive right to expand the Pret brand across Canada.
Ontario Liberals pledge to remove HST from prepared food under $20
Liberal Leader Steven Del Duca says this will save office workers grabbing lunch.
Tim Hortons reprises marketing collaboration with Justin Bieber, launches Biebs Brew
Celebrity power: "It's becoming much more efficient and productive than traditional advertising.''
'We just don't have enough workers:' Restaurants rocked by labour shortage, inflation
Staffing challenges force businesses to cut back operating hours.
C-stores and restaurants enter a ‘new normal’ of digital ordering: Paytronix Report
Orders coming in via digital channels are holding steady following the lifting of pandemic restrictions.
Parkland delivers "an exceptional quarter against a volatile backdrop": CEO
Parkland expands its c-store margins from 29.8% to 32.9%, owing to the inclusion of M&M and changes in the sales mix.
Eby-Brown focuses on foodservice post-merger
The distributor is combining its strengths with that of Core-Mark following its acquisition by shared parent company Performance Food Group.
As restrictions ease and offices reopen, Tim Hortons' downtown restaurants rebound
Inner-city coffee shops, often located near office towers and in food courts, were hit hardest by the work-from-home trend.