Restaurant Chain Kisses From Italy Opens 1st Canadian Location with Plans for Massive Expansion

The unique Kisses From Italy restaurant brand has opened its first location in Canada and is planning a massive expansion in the country     by Mario Toneguzzi – Retail-Insider…
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Researchers Evaluate PCR Test Ability to Detect Viruses in Plant Material

Research conducted on behalf of the Swine Health Information will help set the stage for more reliable detection of disease-causing viruses in feed     by Bruce Cochrane – FarmScape.ca…
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Restaurant Chain Kisses From Italy Opens 1st Canadian Location with Plans for Massive Expansion

The unique Kisses From Italy restaurant brand has opened its first location in Canada and is planning a massive expansion in the country   ...

CME live cattle futures set new contract highs

Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures set new highs on Friday and finished stronger on technical buying and firm cash prices, traders said   ...

Are you up on the Livestock Tax Deferral Provision in your farming region?

The Livestock Tax Deferral provision allows farmers who sell part of their breeding herd due to drought or flooding in prescribed drought or flood ...

Cargill issues lockout notice to staff at one of Canada’s largest beef-processing plants

Workers at plant near High River, Alta., have COVID-related health and safety concerns, among others    by CBC News A document from Cargill, provided ...

Collaborative Approach Helps Contain PED Outbreak in Manitoba

The Manager of Swine Health Programs with Manitoba Pork reports the investigation into the cause of Manitoba's latest Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea outbreak is well ...

Canadian Red Cross Launches British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal

The Canadian Red Cross has launched the British Columbia Floods and Extreme Weather Appeal to support those impacted by the recent severe rainfall across ...

Restaurants Canada is urging Parliament to expand federal support programs

Now that Parliament has returned, Restaurants Canada is eager to get back to work with elected officials to ensure that hard-hit foodservice businesses will ...

Military joins efforts to rescue animals in Abbotsford flood zone

Animal rescues continued Saturday on flood-stricken Sumas Prairie in Abbotsford, and the military joined the effort by  Michele Brunoro  -  CBC  News    Soldiers ...

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Restaurant Chain Kisses From Italy Opens 1st Canadian Location with Plans for Massive Expansion

The unique Kisses From Italy restaurant brand has opened its first location in Canada and is planning a massive expansion in the country     by Mario Toneguzzi – Retail-Insider…

CME live cattle futures set new contract highs

Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures set new highs on Friday and finished stronger on technical buying and firm cash prices, traders said     by Tom Polansek – Reuters…

Are you up on the Livestock Tax Deferral Provision in your farming region?

The Livestock Tax Deferral provision allows farmers who sell part of their breeding herd due to drought or flooding in prescribed drought or flood regions to defer a portion of…

Cargill issues lockout notice to staff at one of Canada’s largest beef-processing plants

Workers at plant near High River, Alta., have COVID-related health and safety concerns, among others    by CBC News A document from Cargill, provided by the union representing workers with…

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Researchers Evaluate PCR Test Ability to Detect Viruses in Plant Material

Research conducted on behalf of the Swine Health Information will help set the stage for more reliable detection of disease-causing viruses in feed     by Bruce Cochrane – FarmScape.ca…

Canada’s Ministers of Agriculture hold annual meeting and release Guelph Statement

Federal, provincial and territorial (FPT) Ministers of Agriculture wrapped up their annual conference, outlining their shared vision, priorities and principles for the next agricultural policy framework and the future of…

USDA Invests $32 Million to Strengthen U.S. Food Supply Chain

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the investment of $32 million in grants awarded to 167 meat and poultry slaughter and processing facilities to support expanded…

Brazil disputes EU poultry imports measure at WTO

Brazil has requested consultations with the European Union at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in a dispute over EU measures affecting the import of salted chicken meat and turkey meat…

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Restaurant Chain Kisses From Italy Opens 1st Canadian Location with Plans for Massive Expansion

The unique Kisses From Italy restaurant brand has opened its first location in Canada and is planning a massive expansion in the country     by Mario Toneguzzi - Retail-Insider The U.S.-based restaurant chain operator, franchisor, and product distributor with locations in North America and Europe has opened in Montreal. Claudio Ferri, Co-Founder, CEO and CIO of the company, said it offers a quick-service menu and a unique take on ...

CME live cattle futures set new contract highs

Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures set new highs on Friday and finished stronger on technical buying and firm cash prices, traders said     by Tom Polansek - Reuters The front-month December contract and most-active February 2022 contract avoided losses seen in commodities like crude oil and soybeans that were unnerved by the discovery of a new variant of the coronavirus in South Africa. Demand from meat processors has ...

Are you up on the Livestock Tax Deferral Provision in your farming region?

The Livestock Tax Deferral provision allows farmers who sell part of their breeding herd due to drought or flooding in prescribed drought or flood regions to defer a portion of sale proceeds to the following year      When prescribed regions are identified, the list is announced publicly and posted to this web page. To defer income, the breeding herd must have been reduced by at least 15%. Where the ...

Cargill issues lockout notice to staff at one of Canada’s largest beef-processing plants

Workers at plant near High River, Alta., have COVID-related health and safety concerns, among others    by CBC News A document from Cargill, provided by the union representing workers with COVID health and safety concerns, says the company will be locking out employees at the High River, Alta., plant who had previously voted to strike if they can't reach a deal in just over a week. A statement from the ...

Collaborative Approach Helps Contain PED Outbreak in Manitoba

The Manager of Swine Health Programs with Manitoba Pork reports the investigation into the cause of Manitoba's latest Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea outbreak is well underway and the hope is that its spread has been contained    by Bruce Cochrane - FarmScape.ca Twelve cases of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea have been confirmed in Manitoba since the outbreak was identified October 25th. Jenelle Hamblin, the Manager of Swine Health Programs with Manitoba Pork, ...

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