About 40 per cent of food produced in Canada goes uneaten each year, but the Trashed and Wasted aims to improve this.
Considering a suger-free diet? The Toronto Observer looks at the popularity of sugar-free diets and the health benefits of ditching those sweet-tooth cravings.
It’s warm and it’s filling, and after a cold and wet winter, April couldn’t be a better time to celebrate National Grilled Cheese Month.
Canada’s number two burger chain, A&W, is switching from Heinz to French’s ketchup and yellow mustard.
With food prices having risen, it’s getting more expensive to feed yourself at home — so when you go out to dine, you may want to save on your food budget. Some local restaurateurs are responding by keeping their menus affordable.
Craft beer is the fastest growing segment of the LCBO going up by almost 30 percent and 290 million dollars in revenue since 2014. This is a list showing the top rated (award winning) craft bars in the downtown Toronto area.
With reading week just beginning, many students may find themselves with a loss of what to do with all their free time. Toronto is home to a variety of different bars, and here’s a list of the top three that students might want to visit on their time off.
To help Canadians keep within their budgets, two food industry professionals are sharing tips to save on groceries.