MONTREAL — Before Metro Inc. introduced its À votre santé avec Metro, or My Healthy Plate with Metro, healthy eating program, the retailer dug into studies and conducted its own research on what Canadians expect from grocers in terms of health.
WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration today announced plans to revoke the “generally recognized as safe” status for partially hydrogenated oils, the main source of artificial trans fat, based on their negative health effects.
NEW ORLEANS — The Produce Marketing Association’s food safety experts gathered here at the annual Fresh Summit conference earlier this month to explain some of the nuances and answer questions on the Food Safety Modernization Act.
STELLARTON, Nova Scotia — This month, Sobeys launched its “Better Food For All” program to help customers make different food choices in partnership with Chef Jamie Oliver at its Sobeys banner stores across Canada.
EDGEWATER, N.J. — By specializing in Japanese products — both traditional foods and modern novelties — Mitsuwa Marketplace here has become a destination for many types of customers looking for a taste of the Far East.