Edible cannabis rules fall far short of expectations

The strict rules could mean the black market will explode. And they will almost certainly mean that industry will defy regulations

Edible cannabis rules fall far short of expectations

In 2015, the Liberals were trying to convince Canadians that legalizing cannabis would make our country a leader in the field. Given how strict the rules on edible cannabis products will be, it seems the Liberals are the ones who need convincing.

Canada’s food industry prepares to tackle the plastics problem

But will Canadian consumers respond to grocers’ invitations to save the planet?

Canada’s food industry prepares to tackle the plastics problem

Metro and Loblaws have launched initiatives to reduce the amount of packaging being used in the food industry. It’s a matter of time before Sobeys delivers as well. But will consumers respond to our grocers’ environmental ambitions? For now, the jury is out.

Food delivery apps bite into Canadian marketplace

The user rates of food delivery apps reached record levels in May 2019 and are likely to expand after 2021

Food delivery apps bite into Canadian marketplace

User rates for food delivery apps are much higher west of Quebec, but the number of app users may peak over the next year, only to begin increasing again in 2022 due to more access and a larger demographic inclined to use apps.

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