“Growing Stronger” will connect all players within Canada’s food system through an online portal and a series of virtual consultations over the summer and into the fall.
Prof. Jess Haines, Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, offers tips for maintaining family routines during the pandemic.
Provision Coalition, one of our community partners is hosting weekly webinars to create a space for dialogue on strategies to support your resiliency through the coronavirus pandemic.
The Canadian agri-food sector is considering how to demonstrate its leadership on environmental sustainability and other indicators of being a trusted food leader.
Is it possible to connect unemployed Canadian workers with farms who desperately need labour? Or are there other things we need to be working on and thinking of as well?
Food prices expected to rise 4% in 2020, with vegetables and bakery leading the way.
Veterinary disease expert Prof. Scott Weese appeared on TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin, discussing why farmers showing symptoms should take extra precautions around farm animals.
Webinar on how to sell more by aligning your business profile with your target audience. Hosted by Research Innovation Office at the University of Guelph.
The impact of COVID-19 has impacted Canadians’ relationship with food. It has caused online grocery orders to skyrocket, and panic buying of products, including flour and eggs, has worried many Canadians about food supplies and prices. However, researchers including, Arrell Chair, Simon Somogyi find that the overall 2020 food price projections remain unchanged from the original projections reported in December 2019.