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NEWS HIGHLIGHT ACE sold to U.S. Company One of Toronto’s best-known and best-loved bakeries has been sold to Glencoe Capital, a Chicago-based private equity firm.
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A peek at some of the sights from the March show.
I’m writing this after three days at the CRFA show (put on by the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association).
WEB EXCLUSIVE Making it Work What are some of Canada’s top rated employers are doing to keep their employees happy? Balance seems to be key. Many workers are looking for employers who recognize they have a life outside of the four walls of the workplace.
March 26, 2008, Boca Raton, FL - Sun Capital Partners, Inc. has announced that one of its affiliates has acquired Timothy’s Coffees of the World Inc.
March 18, 2008, Toronto - Québec artisan bakery Première Moisson has entered the Ontario market, with a selection of its traditionally-crafted breads at select A&P and Dominion supermarkets and Ultra Food & Drug stores in the GTA, The Barn Markets in Hamilton, and Loeb in Ottawa.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Première Moisson enters Ontario Québec artisan bakery Première Moisson has entered the Ontario market, with a selection of its traditionally crafted breads at select supermarkets around the province.
Donna's Gluten-free Sesame Seed Cookies
Take a sneak peek at some of the work the team has been doing in preparation for Le Mondial des Arts Sucrés, work they hope will bring them to the top of the podium. While we’ve been sworn to secrecy on the theme the team will base its creations on, they’ve let us show you this sampling of some of the items they’ll make during the competition.
WEB EXCLUSIVE More from Team Canada As you read this, Team Canada is preparing to compete in Le Mondial des Arts Sucrés at Europain in Paris. Take a sneak peek at some of the work they hope will bring them to the top of the podium.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Delivering fresh bread It used to be that most people had bread delivered to their homes along with their milk. But home delivery stopped years ago, made obsolete by expense and operational difficulties. Micaelense Home Bakery is hoping to change that.
Bonnie Gordon cakes are ones to build dreams on, and the two cakes featured here are full-fledged reveries themselves.
In October, just, before IBIE was set to kick off in Orlando, I received an e-mail from Kemper Bakery Systems about the Crustica, a new artisan bread line they were launching at the show.
Feb. 29, 2008, London, Ont. - With the help of the Ontario government and the Ontario Wheat Producer’s Marketing Board, B.C.-based sweets manufacturer The Original Cakerie will open a new plant in London, Ontario.
Feb. 28, 2008, Toronto - Toronto-based Pita Break has received whole grain certification from The Whole Grains Council for five of its pita products.
Feb. 27, 2008, London - The functional food and drink market in the U.S., Western Europe and Asia-Pacific is entering a critical era, with a number of inhibitors threatening to impact on the impressive growth rates that the global market is currently experiencing, according to "Functional Food, Drinks & Ingredients: Consumer Attitudes & Trends," a new report from Datamonitor.
Feb. 28, 2008, Scarborough, Ont. - In response to soaring commodity prices, ingredient company Danisco has created an online guide to help its customers find ways to cut costs.

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