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Loblaw joins Loop to bring reusable packaging program to Canada | Canadian Grocer

Loop, a circular shopping system designed to reduce single-use packaging, has announced that Loblaw will help bring the first-of -its-kind platform to Canada.

How Indochino’s new CTO is tailoring its tech needs

Alex Buhler on what one of the earliest brands in the direct-to-consumer boom is doing to meet consumer behaviour amid rapid expansion.

How the RCMP is cracking down on the rise of counterfeit goods

Each year, thousands of Canadians mistakenly purchase counterfeit goods. Here's what the RCMP is doing to crack down on it.

Grocers try to decide where to sell Beyond Meat – the vegan aisle or the meat department?

Retailers are still figuring out Beyond Meat’s best fit in their shopping aisles

Corona Canada Joins Global Initiative to Protect Paradise This Summer

This summer, for every specially marked Corona case sold in Canada, and for every bucket of Corona sold in participating bars and restaurants, one square metre of Canadian shoreline will be cleaned, with the goal of cleaning 850,000 square meters this summer.

Bloor West couple’s non-dairy frozen dessert coming to store near you

Bloor West Village couple Andrew Kinnear and Claire Lysnes were looking for healthier alternatives to ice cream to feed their young children.

Consumers gobble up meal delivery apps, but not all restaurants share the love | CBC News

So many Canadians are ordering meals via delivery apps, you'd think restaurants and the apps are cashing in big time. In fact, some restaurants won't even sign with an app, due to commissions of up to 30 per cent.

Tim Hortons announces plans to expand to Thailand as RBI pushes global growth

Tim Hortons says it will open its coffee shops in Thailand as its parent company pushes for fast global growth.

The coffee-and-doughnut chain says it has signed an agreement with WeEat Company to develop the brand in the Southeast Asian country.