Arrell PhD Scholar Karthika Sriskantharajah has helped test the potential of hexanal to bring more apples to market.
Sensors, artificial intelligence, or mobile applications may be able to help address challenges to sustainability and consumer needs.
Serious concerns have been raised about the resilience of the processes we depend upon for our daily bread.
Arrell Chair in Food Business, Simon Somogyi reflected on the disruption that viruses can cause in Canada’s supply chain.
Here is what he wrote…
We live in an age when global supply chains seamlessly link farmers & consumers using the principles of “just enough, just in time.” But with this abundance comes a hidden cost: a loss of resilience.
This story is part of our live coverage of the inaugural Arrell Food Summit (May 22 to 24). The summit gathers some of the world’s eminent thinkers to discuss the future of food and agriculture. Loblaw CEO Galen G. Weston, delivering a keynote speech on the final day of the Arrell Food Summit, promises the … Continued
Ethical purchasing is still a niche concept, says Roozen, comprising no more than 3 to 5 percent of any market. “But when we started 30 years ago, we started at zero percent.”