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Buddha Brands announces brand refresh
Plant-based beverage and snack makers aims to visually narrate its story and make it easier for consumers connect with favourite products.
Grey market products continue to make their way onto Canadian shelves
Industry leaders work to curb distribution and sale of products not intended to be sold in Canada.
Calling all Canadian CPG product innovators! Your last day to enter 2024 Product of the Year fast approaching!
Entry deadline is September 30.
Conagra’s Paul Hogan talks changing snacking trends amongst younger Canadians
Paul Hogan, VP and GM with Conagra Brands Canada, answers questions on Canadian snacking trends.
C-Store IQ Healthy Eating Report
Consumers are craving better-for-you options
Stay within aspartame limits, Canadian Cancer Society says in wake of WHO findings
Here's how much an adult would need to consume to exceed the limit.
New rules for advertising food and beverages to children
As of June 28, advertisers must submit ads for preclearance by Ad Standards Canada.
Top drivers of U.S. consumers' snack preferences
A survey from Alpha-Diver look at the five key drivers of snack preferences.
Unilever grows ice cream portfolio
The company indulges in better-for-you frozen treats with Yasso acquisition.
Plant-based candy may be just a small portion of the confectionary market, but it’s poised to take a much bigger bite of future c-store sales.
Flamin' Hot Cheetos movie debut
New movie tells the story of the man who claims to have invented the popular c-store snack.
From barbeques to beverages, stock up to satisfy Canadian consumers’ warm weather cravings.
Cadbury releases limited edition candy bar for charity
Cadbury to match donations to Food Banks Canada with sale of Cadbury Goodness Bar.
People still love snacking: U.S. study
As consumers keep on snacking, CPGs and retailers find new ways to meet tastes across dayparts and forms.