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ICYMI: A new food hall to open in Edmonton, trade action against

ICYMI: A new food hall to open in Edmonton, trade action against

Though the temperature may be dipping lower and lower as we reach the midpoint of winter, one thing that is never phased by the weather is the output of Canadian food media. 

Edmonton has an exciting chef-focused food hall concept on the horizon that has industry and food lovers alike excited. Meanwhile in the city, Africa Centre’s food bank recently announced that it has been losing funding sources and needs immediate help to continue its operations. 

On the coast, food delivery app SkipTheDishes has added a 0.99 cent “B.C. fee” to its services in the province in response to the government’s new restaurant delivery fee cap. 

Finally, a group of American farmers and labourers have recently formed a coalition that is campaigning for the Biden administration to drop the trade action against Canada’s dairy industry.

Here are five interesting Canadian food news stories that you may have missed this week.

Published at Sun, 07 Feb 2021 19:53:00 +0000

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Written by Riel Roussopoulos

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