Many Canadians are unaware that suppliers need to pay grocers to conduct business. Fees were justified by merchandising costs, shelf space--things anyone would expect--yet, in recent years, things changed.
Demand for pickup and delivery services has skyrocketed since the pandemic, with more shoppers purchasing groceries online now than ever before. Findings from the Brick Meets Click/Mercatus Grocery Shopping Survey in January 2021 indicate that total U.S.
The Dairy Farmers of Canada did the right thing and should be commended for asking dairy farmers to stop using palmitic acids in feed while launching a national investigation on the matter. It was the right decision, full stop.
Canadians have taken to social media recently to say they've noticed that some--not all--butter is harder and fails to get softer at room temperature. Some people blame winter and the colder weather. The truth is more troubling than that.
During the pandemic, many consumers re-connected to home life as a place of refuge, comfort and belonging. In tandem with this re-connection has been the re-prioritization of meals as pillars to define our days. But, the question remains: “Has the shift to meals impacted Canadians’ daily snacking habits?”
According to the United Nations, 2021 is the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables. Many could not care less about a proclamation from a global agency that has been criticized over the years as being inner-looking and out of touch.