Canada to drop border vaccine requirement

The latest on coronavirus from North Dakota: border rules, food aid and more. Border rules Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has approved Canada’s removal of the requirement to vaccinate people entering the country in late September, an official familiar with the matter told The Associated Press. Canada, like the United States, requires foreign nationals to be … Read more

Costco to keep $1.50 hot dog-and-soda combo ‘forever’ despite inflation: exec

A senior Costco Wholesale executive has confirmed that the big-box retailer has no plans to reprice its $1.50 hot dog and soda combo in its stores despite months of decades-long high inflation. . Costco Chief Financial Officer Richard Galanti reiterated that the discount price of the fan-favorite deal would remain in place during the company’s … Read more

10 of the Oddest Celebrity Food Endorsements

Paris Hilton and Carls Jr. Man, the 2000s were weird, huh? Remember all the ads that paraded around almost naked women? Or do I remember them more clearly as someone who went through puberty in 2007? Well, that was Carls Jr.’s marketing strategy at the time – a “burgers and bikinis” program, bbecause there is … Read more

Butylated Hydroxytoluene Market worth USD 425 Million by

Selbyville, Delaware, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Butylated hydroxytoluene market value is expected to reach USD 425 million by 2030, according to a new research report from Global Market Insights Inc. Butylated hydroxytoluene is an organic constituent applicable in various industries due to its ability to prevent oxidation of products. When used in food … Read more

Mexican used-car startup Kavak lands $810 mln in debt financing

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MEXICO CITY, Sept 20 (Reuters) – Mexican used-car platform Kavak said on Tuesday it had secured $675 million in funding from HSBC (HSBA.L) to support the company’s car loan offerings, s adding to other recently agreed lines of credit with Goldman Sachs and Santander totaling $135 … Read more

My Food Bag sponsors Nadia Lim’s new TV show Nadia’s Farm

Nadia Lim and her husband Carlos Bagrie are taking on their biggest project yet – taming 1200 acres of rugged South Otago farmland at Royalburn Station. Video / Three Meal kit company My Food Bag has sponsored Nadia Lim’s new TV show Nadia’s Farm. The TV3 show has yet to launch, but ads have popped … Read more

Scapegoating the Food Industry | Opinion News

You don’t have to search far on the internet to find “food industry” reviews to make us fat and otherwise unhealthy. The assumption seems to be that a “good” food industry would result in a lean, athletic, and otherwise healthy population. Since it is framed in moralistic terms, it is appealing to many Christians. But … Read more

So You’re Coming To Canada, Eh? An Overview Of Canada’s Laws Affecting The Medical Device Industry (Video) – Healthcare

The Canadian medical device market is highly diverse and mature, providing excellent opportunities for manufacturers wishing to enter it. However, Canada also has some of the strictest medical device laws in the world. In this video, Grant Worden, Teresa Reguly, and Albert Chan explain key differences between Canadian medical device laws and those of other … Read more

My Food Bag: What happens next – and who will lead the company long term?

The My Food Bag share price has been on a downward trend since its listing on the NZX in March 2021. Photo/Supplied Analysts are still looking for a catalyst to lift the share price performance of meal kit company My Food Bag, but new leadership could be a step in the right direction. On Friday … Read more

Jenny Mollen’s book ‘Dictator Lunches’ puts a twist on kid food

When Jenny Mollen’s eldest son started kindergarten, she was responsible for preparing lunches every day. The routine of it all quickly became tedious. “I wandered into the kitchen at the end of the day, but wanted to be entertained. I’m a storyteller, so I would start building a story around the lunchbox,” says Mollen, an … Read more