Who knew that you could make miso soup from spent grains used in beer brewing? Or make an award-winning macaroon from hemp? The growing Culinary Research & Innovation (CRI) team at Red River College is doing some fascinating work in the prairies. Established in March 2016 through an NSERC Inn...
A new government publication aims to increase trade opportunities in Europe.  "Agri-Food Exporters Guide to CETA" provides information on the European tariff reduction schedule and negotiated rules of origins to qualify for tariff reductions for producing of goods destined to t...
Alberta Food Processors Association members save $400! The Conference Board's Centre for Food in Canada (CFIC) invites you to join us at the 6th annual Canadian Food & Drink Summit 2017, themed: Measuring Performance, Taking Stock, Inspiring Action. This two-day event...
The Government of Canada has proposed tax changes for private corporations. On July 18, 2017, the Minister of Finance released proposals for Improving Fairness in the Tax System. The changes announced were intended to target the wealthiest of Canadians by addressing three areas of tax planning ...
How does this affect Food Processors?  On November 1, 2017 the City of Calgary Waste and Recycling Bylaw will require all businesses and organizations to separate specific food and yard waste materials for diversion. The bylaw applies to all businesses and organizations, including prope...
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