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Month: April 2021

Montreal Restaurants Work Around Outdoor Dining Ban With City Parks

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While watching one of Premier François Legault’s coronavirus press briefings last week, Sébastien Abrieu, the owner of Beaubien Street’s rooster-themed breakfast spot La Grand-Mère Poule, learned three things: more menacing virus variants continue to take hold; though the situation in Montreal remains stable, the third wave is in full force ... more

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Gearing Up for the ‘New Normal’

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In “The New Normal,” Dr. Jennifer Ashton explores the mental health repercussions of the pandemic and ways to rebuild our overall health. more

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Leftovers: Special K takes a chocolatey twist; Yogurt bar maker Clio adds a parfait option

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Leftovers is our look at a few of the product ideas popping up everywhere. Some are intriguing, some sound amazing and some are the kinds of ideas we would never dream of. We can’t write about everything that we get pitched, so here are some leftovers pulled from our inboxes. ... more

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Hain Celestial sells Dream and WestSoy to SunOpta for $33M

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Dive Brief: The Hain Celestial Group sold nondairy beverage brands Dream and Westsoy to SunOpta for $33 million. In a statement, Hain Celestial President and CEO Mark Schiller said these brands are considered noncore to the company, and will not impact the profit margins for the rest of its business. Dream, ... more

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Molson Coors invests in brewery founded by gang rivals

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Dive Brief: Molson Coors is making an equity investment in Tru Colors and will work with the brewery to assist in the distribution strategy, brand positioning, supplier relationships, marketing and product development, the companies said in a statement. Tru, which stands for truth, responsibility and unity, was founded by a ... more

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A Lawsuit Over Frozen Embryos

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Dr. Meyer, a devoted Quaker, needed a little more time and spiritual consultation, but also made peace, grateful for Noah. “We both decided,” Dr. Prizant said, “to look at having just one child as an opportunity to have more resources to serve many more children through our work.” A Crack ... more

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Audit finds gaps in health agency’s food safety role

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A report on how the department of health in an Australian state handles food safety has found several shortcomings. Findings from the Western Australian Auditor General included overdue inspections and lack of timely follow up, poor recordkeeping, inefficient reporting practices, and a lack of up-to-date guidance material at the health ... more

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FAO: Organic label is not a guarantee of food safety

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The term organic is not a guarantee of food safety, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Organic is a way to grow food following specific rules and guidelines, according to a document published by the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. Organic certification ... more

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Letter From The Editor: End of a safe food program that made a difference

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Opinion The Farmers to Families Food Box program is dead, killed by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack. When it runs out of money later this month, it will have spent $5.5 billion in one year on a unique COVID relief program. In the trillions upon trillions spent on COVID relief, ... more

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States Struggle With Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause as Federal Officials Reassure Public

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Dr. Anthony S. Fauci said on Thursday that he hoped the nation would soon be able to resume use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, as a “pause” that now looks indefinite threatened to upend vaccination efforts overseas and in some of the most marginalized communities in the United States. ... more

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