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FLAVOUR TRENDS

SUMMER KICK-OFF YOU CAN TAKE TO THE GRILL Sour Power Next-level sour with stand-out flavours and ingredients like tigre de leche (tiger’s milk marinade), calamansi, sour orange and plum. Tamarind Tamarind has a highly acidic, tangy-sweet flavour and is used in North African, Indian, Thai, and Filipino cuisines. However, pod-like fruit (indigenous to Africa)...

Redefined Consumer Values

it figures Consumers have been tested in many ways over the past year, resulting in changed behaviour, intentions and priorities that are rapidly becoming habits and motivators....

ONE-to-ONE with Jim Slomka

Aleks Djurdjevic President, Canada, Advantage Solutions Where did you grow up? Born in Toronto but raised in Oakville, Ont. from age of 7. First job in the business? My first role within CPG was as a sales representative in the GTA with General Mills Canada. Who or what has inspired you? My parents,...

Rod Sturtridge President, Carlton Cards

Exit Interview Rod Sturtridge retired as president of Carlton Cards February 2024 after 41 years with the company. What kept you...

Lucia (Lucy) Caluori

Retail Store Leaders Franchisee, Fortinos Main Street Hamilton, Ont. Grocery Business Retail Store Leaders profiles the champions of grocery stores across...

MEET THE 2024 OUTSTANDING WOMEN IN PRODUCE

The Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA), in partnership with Grocery Business, developed the Outstanding Women in Produce initiative to recognize the achievements of women in the produce industry. The 10 women nominated for 2024 by their industry peers were selected because of their notable contributions in advancing the Canadian...

Brewing Success: Tea

Beverage Report Tea is one of the oldest beverages in the world and the third most popular drink after coffee. In 2023, the tea market in Canada...

The Coffee Shopper

Beverage Report Grocery Business partnered with Shopper Intelligence to gather insights on the shopping behaviours of coffeepurchasing consumers. Coffee is an in-store traffic driver Coffee is the 10th ranked traffic driving category among a ranking of 129 categories in grocery, and the top reason is because consumers don’t want to run out...