Sylvain Charlebois

Pandemic Store Design Shift in Canadian Retailers to Include New Safety Measures [Feature Interviews]

Safety measures and adaptations to brick-and-mortar store design to set the tone for new retail experiences.

The Rise of the Unassuming QR Code and How it Could Change the Food Industry: OP-ED

Sylvain Charlebois says that even though QR codes have been around for almost three decades, a resurgence could become a game-changer.

Consumers in Canada Walking Away from the Meat Counter as Prices Rise: Op-Ed

Dr. Sylvain Charlebois says that eating meat could become a luxury in Canada as various factors lead to meat inflation.

Tackling Food Inflation in Canada The “Right” Way [Sylvain Charlebois]

Erin O’Toole is skillfully proposing to control food prices at retail, which is almost an impossible feat according to the expert author.

Labour Shortage in the Food Industry? Nonsense. Our Labour Market Has Been Broken For Years [Sylvain Charlebois]

The industry expert says that high quality food products require strong human capital.

Pandemic to Cause Largest Increase in Grocery Prices in Canadian History: Sylvain Charlebois

Food inflation is a serious concern in Canada as we head into the fall amid uncertainty and increased costs.

Canadian Grocery Retailers Bracing for Potential Cyberattacks Against Systems Amid Rash of Successful Ransomware Incidents [Feature]

Organizations and consumers across the country could face devastating consequences as a result of nefarious hacker activity say experts.

Grocers Aldi and Lidl will Struggle if Entering Canada: Expert Interview

The two German grocery giants have been looking to enter the Canadian market. Challenges persist amid homegrown competition.

Couche-Tard Likely to Become a Grocery Retailer in Canada and it Would Disrupt Loblaw and Other Big Players: Interviews

Couche-Tard's attempts to acquire Carrefour signals intention and with the future of gas stations in question, a broader grocery strategy is most likely at play.

Tips Should be Included in Menu Prices as Restaurants in Canada Reopen: Op-Ed

Two noted academics say that the time has come to do away with foodservice gratuities.
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