McDonald's Canada announced that they will be shifting back to solely sourcing Canadian beef for their burgers come September.
An Alberta meat-processing plant is at the centre of a political storm after the CBC and Rachel Notley’s NDP attacked the plant.
Potato farmers in Manitoba and PEI are facing another rough year after two years of harvest losses. Now, because of coronavirus this is looking like another tough one.
Part of the problem is oversupply, which results in a drop in producer prices, and a supply chain disruption, which creates a rise in consumer prices.
As the coronavirus crisis drags on and unemployment soars, lines at food banks across the US are lengthening.
McDonald’s today has further limited its dining options for Canadians as a result of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
It’s probably not the apocalypse, but it's always a good time to start your own sustenance garden.
A study predicts food prices are set to go up four percent in 2020.
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