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Fresh produce contaminated with toxic BPA-like chemicals found in food labels, study finds
Steps were taken in Canada to reduce the use of Bisphenol A (BPA), a toxic chemical linked to prostate and breast cancer, commonly found in plastics, the lining of food cans, water bottles, and paper receipts. But in many cases, it has been replaced with similar hormone disrupting chemicals, like ...
Researchers harness bacteria-eating viruses to create a powerful new weapon against contamination and infection
Researchers at McMaster University have created a powerful new weapon against bacterial contamination and infection. They have developed a way to coax bacteriophages – harmless viruses that eat bacteria – into linking together and forming microscopic beads. Those beads can safely be applied to ...
Every fall, farmers work against the clock to bring in their wheat harvest. It is then up to the technical staff of Cereals Canada and the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) to assess the quality of the crop and make the information available to global buyers of Canadian grain in a jointly published ...
The growth rate of seafood farming worldwide peaked in 1996 according to new UBC research, highlighting the importance of rebuilding wild fish stocks to feed future demand. If we were to rely only on aquaculture to meet the demand for seafood by 2030, the world’s production would need to grow at ...
Ready-to-drink spirits are having a moment, and Molson Coors Beverage Company is getting in on the action with the introduction of Topo Chico Spirited, a new line of canned cocktails made with real spirits, real juice and sparkling water. With Topo Chico Spirited, Molson Coors is showing it’s a ...
Coffee servings ordered at restaurants increase year-over-year by 13%
As much as Canadians love their coffee, many love others making it for them more. Coffee ordered from restaurants is rebounding as consumers return to worksites, schools, and other outside activities, reportsThe NPD Group. In the 12 months ending July 2022, more than 2 billion coffee servings ...
The push toward specialized products, including your cup of coffee, is transforming markets as big and small firms inspire one another
A time traveller from the early 1990s would be baffled by the coffee marketplace of 2022. What’s latte art? Or grind uniformity? Or single-origin beans? And who cares anyway? That time traveller would discover that a lot of people care and care passionately. Just as the markets of once-mundane ...
Funding round led by Forage Capital Partners and includes Farm Credit Canada and BDC
Fieldless Farms, a modern food and Controlled Environment Agriculture company that launched in 2019, announced a Series A round raising $17.5 million in equity and debt to expand operations at its Cornwall facility by 10 times. The expansion will help Fieldless better meet demand for its cut ...
Molson Coors’ push beyond the beer aisle has coupled it with much-celebrated products like La Colombe coffee and ZOA energy drink. Now the company is tapping one of beer’s primary ingredients to introduce its newest innovation, Golden Wing Barley Milk, a non-alcohol plant-based milk that will ...
Children with a vegetarian diet also had higher odds of underweight weight status
A study of nearly 9,000 children found those who eat a vegetarian diet had similar measures of growth and nutrition compared to children who eat meat. The study, published in Pediatrics and led by researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital of Unity Health Toronto, also found that children with a ...