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Repeated exposures may offer better measure of consumer liking: study
February 28, 2011, - Single exposure tests to predict long-term consumer preferences may be less reliable than previously thought, according to new research. | READ MORE
Flavonoids may act as emulsion stabilizers: study
February 25, 2011, - Bioactive flavonoid compounds, better known for their potential health benefits, may also act to stabilize oil and water emulsions, according to new research. | READ MORE
Vitamin D2-rich yeast effective bread fortifier
February 24, 2011, United States - Consuming bread formulated with vitamin D2-rich yeast is equally effective at boosting bone health as vitamin D3, according to the results of a new animal study. | READ MORE
Ivory Coast extends cocoa export ban
February 23, 2011, Ivory Coast - Cocoa prices reached 32-year highs yesterday, after Alassane Ouattara, the internationally recognized winner of November's presidential election in Ivory Coast, extended his embargo on cocoa exports to March 15. | READ MORE
Decadence chocolate and icewine event a success
February 22, 2011, Canada – Niagara College’s Ruth Bleijerveld and Jason Walsh captured the top prize at the first-ever Decadence event, a national pastry competition and fun-filled weekend designed to celebrate chocolate and icewine.
Canada Bread plant poised for hiring spree
February 18, 2011, Hamilton, Ont. - The Canada Bread factory that many hope marks the start of a new food processing hub in Hamilton is expected to bring 300 jobs to the city. | READ MORE
Workshop at Pearson School of Culinary Arts
February 18, 2011, Lasalle, Que. – Pastry Chef Laurent Pages will lead a Pastry Workshop on Modern Entremets, teaching participants to prepare a variety of entremets and French macarons.
Cocoa supplies not disrupted by Ivory Coast ban: Euromonitor
February 17, 2011, - Cocoa output is still getting through the Ivory Coast's ports, or is being smuggled through Ghana for subsequent export via other West African ports, according to a Euromonitor analyst. | READ MORE
New long-life enzyme increases shelf-life: Cognis
February 16, 2011, - Nutraceutical giant Cognis says it has developed a new bakery enzyme preparation to meet customer demand for products with an increased shelf life. | READ MORE
Michel's celebrates grand opening in Ottawa
February 16, 2011, Ottawa – Yesterday Michel’s Bakery Café celebrated the official grand opening of its new location at Ottawa’s St. Laurent Centre and a significant redesign of its Rideau Centre location.