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Delivering change: Marc Goodman of 7-Eleven Canada
With Goodman at the helm, 7-Eleven Canada is evolving into a food-first destination—one that also happens to sell convenience items.
The bitter truth about a sugar tax
Rather than resorting to moralistic measures, we should prioritize education and informed choices to foster healthier eating habits
Canadian Tire, Dollarama and Costco among most reputable Canadian companies
Leger's 26th annual Reputation study includes c-store and forecourt staples in the top 100.
New chocolate launches spike this Easter season
Mintel reports a 19% increase of new seasonal Easter chocolate products this year, globally.
Rabba and Burnbrae Farms donate thousands of eggs to The Mississauga Food Bank
Rabba Roots was able to donate 5,400 eggs to the Mississauga Food Bank, courtesy of Burnbrae Farms.
Couche-Tard recognized for workplace culture
The global c-store operator earns a U.S. Gallup Exceptional Workplace Award for a second consecutive year.
Transparency on food prices key to rebuilding trust for consumers: Study
A new study from Dalhousie's Agri-Food Analytics Lab and Caddle examines which factors Canadians believe contribute the most to food inflation
Rabba Fine Foods opens Tim Hortons location in Milton, Ont.
Tim Hortons has been part of Rabba's offering at many of its c-store locations since 2015.
Montreal single-use plastics ban comes into effect, covering range of products
Foodservice providers will have to rethink their offerings.
Lettuce prices likely to rise again amid California flooding, experts say
Expect, at minimum, four to six weeks of limited supply.
The future looks bright
Four foodservice trends and what they mean for convenience.
Inflation continues to slow in Canada
The price of food rose by double digits compared to last year, but gasoline prices fell nearly 5%.
Report calls for restricting marketing to kids in stores and restaurants
Study looked at 'junk food power walls' at checkout aisles and designs that appeal to children.
Ontario company Friendlier aims to phase out single use plastics
Their company has already washed nearly half a million plastic containers, but the founders of Friendlier hope to scrub more and expand their operations as Canada phases out single-use plastics.