COVID-19: The Perils of a ‘Just Enough, Just in Time’ Food System in Canada

An industry expert explains how recent events expose a fundamental flaw in the global system that brings us our daily bread, as well as other serious threats that could result in food shortages.

Stores Close and Malls Reduce Hours in Canada Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

A retail shutdown in Canada is a threat amid concerns that the virus could spread.

How Coronavirus Stockpiling will Hit Canadian Retailers

Researchers discuss the impact of consumer stockpiling in emergency situations along with the response of retail managers to stockpiling behaviour.

How COVID-19 and the Oil Price War Could Lead to Cheaper Food in Canada

Industry expert Sylvain Charlebois explains how lower distribution costs and other factors could be in consumer's favour, though the future of the Canadian Dollar remains a wild card.
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