Canadian retailers rosy on the future
A new survey shows a positive outlook in all sectors, with expanding product offerings a high priority.
Tostitos rolls up its sleeves with Walmart
To support its new Rolls! SKU, the PepsiCo brand hones in on mom’s pre-shop phase on the retailer’s website.
General Mills bets big on back-to-school
For the first time, the CPG co’s snacks, cereal and yogurt are joining forces on a back-to-school push.
Tony Matta to lead Kraft-Heinz marketing
The Kraft Canada CMO will reportedly take the marcom reins here.
Check it out: Illustrating good choices
Organic food brand Nature’s Path uses animation to show the impact our food buying can have.
Nature Valley promotes the great outdoors
Urging consumers to “Rediscover the Joy of Nature,” the brand’s new video highlights how kids today are missing out.
Nutrilait’s new look
The Saputo milk brand takes a simple approach to its new positioning.
McDonald’s Canadian adventure
The QSR is shaking up its menu with some regional flavours.
Smoke’s plan for global domination
The poutine chain is expanding into burritos and weiners, and plans to have 1,300 new locations by 2020.
Cheerios’ anti-diet mission
In its latest campaign focused on the health and wellness of young girls, Multi-Grain Cheerios goes head-to-head with “dietainment.”
Hellmann’s tackles food deserts
No, we’re not talking desserts. The brand is shifting its attention to food access, undertaking its first lobbying efforts.
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