COVID-19 raising costs for food manufacturers 

 

Grocery Business continues to bring you stories of grocers and food manufacturers navigating the challenges in this unique time in history.

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NEWS

COVID-19 raising costs and lowering productivity for food manufacturers: New data

Walmart pilots a pricier two hour delivery service

Longo's relaunches fundraiser to address food insecurity

Pandemic delivers massive surge in profit to supermarkets

McMaster University grad testing thermal screening device at Hamilton grocery store, Nations Fresh Food

WATCH: Grocery store workers, truck drivers now eligible for free child care in Ontario

Empire Company’s Michael Medline addresses Nova Scotia tragedy, pandemic ‘new normal’

Subway is a grocery store now?

Goodfood gains on heels of online grocery demand, opens Toronto fulfillment centre

City of Welland ready to help residents with grocery delivery

Risks in grocery stores stacking up amid coronavirus 

Should grocery stores ‘go dark’ during the pandemic?

 

SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENTS

Coronavirus may cause temporary meat shortages. But higher prices will last longer

Kraft Heinz Canada launches ‘Project Pantry’ as part of relief efforts­­­

Dairy Farmers of Ontario increases donations of milk

Mars provides $730,000+ in relief efforts in Canada

Victory’s Kitchen, partners cook up support for frontline workers

The Hershey Company to manufacture disposable face masks

Upper Crust steps up to support vulnerable Canadians

Bimbo Canada supporting breakfast program for children in Quebec

Kellogg Canada creates ‘Better Days’ to provide hunger relief

 

BUSINESS INSIGHTS

Quebecers less afraid of COVID-19 than the rest of Canada: survey

AI app uncovers retail lineup ‘sweet spots’ across Canada

Avocados are in, pork bellies are out in the era of pandemic eating

McDonald’s Canada to start using imported beef amid Canadian supply concerns

 

 

 

 

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