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Former Mars exec tapped to lead Gay Lea Foods
Suzanna Dalrymple will succeed Michael Barrett, who is retiring.
Circle K to enter South Africa through master franchise agreement
The first store is set to open in October.
Convenience-store robberies a common form of workplace violence: Study
Researchers from Rotman School of Management at UofT say standard safety protocols could put workers at greater risk. Here's what to do instead.
C-stores on Canada's East Coast brace for Hurricane Fiona
Operators, tell us what you're doing to prepare.
Conagra Brands hires former Sebla Guvener to oversee Canada supply chain
Former Nestlé exec brings 15 years of consumer packaged goods experience to the role.
OLG eyes self-serve lottery terminals in retail locations
If approved, 1,400 new terminals could roll out mid-2023.
Canada's inflation rate cools in August but food prices continue to climb
Excluding gasoline prices, year-over-year inflation was 6.3%.
Newfoundland and Labrador's Department of Finance clarifies details of new Sugar Tax
Here's what it means for retailers and wholesalers.
Grocery prices in Canada continue meteoric ascent, rising at fastest pace since 1981
Many people are shifting where and how they buy food.
Calling all Canadian CPG product innovators! Entries for the 2023 Product of the Year Canada Awards are closing soon
Entry deadline is September 30, 2022.
Dot Foods breaks ground on new Canadian distribution centre
Company invests $50 million for new site in Ingersoll, Ont.
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.
Dollarama attracts customers from 'all walks of life' seeking relief from high prices
Retailer posts higher sales, profits.
7-Eleven Canada gives back with Slurpee Name Your Price Day
100% of proceeds go to Food Banks Canada.