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October, 2007 - James Richardson International is purchasing Agricore’s Dundonald, Man., grain terminal, among other United grain elevator locations and crop input facilities throughout the province, as well as Saskatchewan and Alberta.
S.M. Group Varennes now largest of Quebec labs, GELITA joins with L.V. Thomas Canada, New lupin bread – less is more, Cocoa’s healthy side promoted by Callebaut...
Kuhlmann CEO of Multivac, CRFA vice-president, Manitoba-Saskatchewan, Multisorb appoints new market leader, Schneider GM of Zip-Pak, New president Alcoa flexible packaging
Fritz Bleidung strolled Munich’s miles of aisles for the best of the best
Multivac expands food division, Haber new CEO of Just Desserts, Eaton national sales manager for Univex, Stevens NE Manager NETZSCH, PAC adds director
Retail price of bread strong, Tough trading ahead for bakers, Tate & Lyle 2007 pricing rounds, Cargill seeks EU approval for sweetener
The future of our industry relies on more than a “pulse,” Rob McMahon found out …
Golden baking anniversary for Queen’s Bakery, Syscan’s RFID market first, Clearly Canadian “snacks” organically, Students receive PMMI scholarships, Bioproduct R&D facility gets $3m, Bioresource research facility opens in P.E.I., FDA proposes gluten-free labelling, DuPont reinvests for biotech, genetics, FAO favours 2007 cereal harvest, Global demand pushing price of bread to 10-year high, Asian bakery-café chain takes on U.S.
Strand director of tech for Wixon, Savage president Griffith Laboratories Canada
Like a kid waiting for freshly baked cookies to emerge from the oven, I read with fascination – almost daily – the news stories that cross my computer screen
Higher cereal inputs only one of pressures on plant managers, Can-Oat Milling completes Man. expansion, Total system solutions agreement by Peerless and Turkington APV, Food crop losses blamed on climate changeBuckhorn acquires strategic Schoeller assets
Lewis Omega-3 manager for CHFT, Jones brothers inducted into Baking Hall of Fame, Wixon adds Sonntag as senior food tech
Smail to lead Lallemand functional food team, Master-Bilt veteran retiring after 44 years, Embassy welcomes McDonald, Canada’s Next Great Chef challenge, Humber student in 2007 CCFCC Junior competition
Cargill researching 150 acres specialty canola, Partnership expands nutritional ingredients into Canada
President of Weston bakeries honoured, Haynes finalist in Women Who Inspire awards, Syscan appoints COO, Cereplast expands production team, Humber students receive bursariesCanadian-Nordic Junior Culinary Challenge, RBA elects new president
Johnson appointed as R&D site manager, Syscan appoints Tassone president, Andrews new director of PAC certificate program
Powell named CEO of General Mills, Anderol adds new position to North America
CRFA offers new trade show, Consumers want functional foods, Smucker Foods acquires Carnation
December, 2006 - Linda Haynes, founder of ACE Bakery in Toronto, Ont., will receive the Order of Canada in February 2007 for her philanthropic work.
December, 2006 - According to the Financial Post, a Merrill Lynch economist believes groceries could soon replace energy as the largest source of inflationary pressure in the US. His report explains that the reason food is such a big concern is that is has a 14 per cent rating in the US consumer price index – a key measure of inflation –compared to 8.5 per cent for energy ...

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