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TORONTO, July 2, 2019 /CNW/ - Parmalat Canada Inc. ("Parmalat Canada"), a subsidiary of the Lactalis Group, is pleased to announce the closing of the previously announced transaction involving Parmalat's acquisition of Kraft Heinz's Canadian natural cheese business for a purchase price of $1.62 billion CAD (approximately $1.24 billion USD at current FX rates). The acquisition includes the Cracker Barrel, P'tit Québec, and aMOOza! brands in the Canadian market.

Under the terms of the transaction, Parmalat Canada acquired Kraft Heinz's production facility located in Ingleside, Ontario, relevant volumes of milk quotas and approximately 400 employees from the Ingleside facility.

The transaction represents a significant investment in Canadian dairy and represents a strong commitment to the Lactalis Group's Canadian business, building on Parmalat Canada's current Canadian footprint, which includes nearly 3,000 employees, 16 dairy processing plants and a dedicated research and development facility.

 
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VAUGHAN, ON, July 2, 2019 /CNW/ - KFC Canada today announced a series of new sustainability and environmental commitments aimed at curbing the company's use of plastics in restaurants across the country.

By October 2019, plastic straws and plastic bags will no longer be used or provided at any KFC restaurant locations across Canada. This effectively removes 50 million plastic straws and 10 million plastic bags from restaurants - and more importantly – landfills, waterways, and the communities in which KFC Canada operates.

"KFC Canada believes in feeding people, not landfills. Reducing the volume of single use plastic within our restaurants ensures we are continuing to lessen our environmental footprint," said Nivera Wallani, President and General Manager, KFC Canada. "Together with our franchisees, staff and guests, we can positively affect the communities we operate in and the health and wellbeing of future generations."

"We are extremely proud to be a part of the KFC Canada family where sustainability and care for the environment are a core part of operations," said Shehzad Janmohamed, CEO, Soul Foods Group - one of KFC Canada's franchise partners. "This critical initiative, and the many more to follow, will enhance the long-term quality of life in the communities we serve."

Earlier in 2019, KFC Canada announced its alliance with KFC's across the globe on a commitment that all plastic-based, consumer-facing packaging will be recoverable or reusable by 2025. This news today marks an important – and proactive step – towards achieving this goal. 

 
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Prince George, BC, June 26, 2019 – For more than a decade, Fatburger
has been one of Canada’s fast-growing and most popular burger chains acclaimed
for serving up award winning burgers, as well as Buffalo’s™ world-famous wings
and tenders, and delicious breakfasts. And now Fatburger fans can now indulge
their taste buds at the second Prince George location at 3167 Massey Drive at
Pine Centre.

“We are delighted to open our second Fatburger in Prince George,” said
Frank Di Benedetto, CEO, president and owner of the FDF Restaurant Brandz
franchise system that includes the Fatburger Canada chain. “Pine Centre
continues to be the local mall of choice and this location is a wonderful compliment
to our original co-branded Fatburger on O’Grady Road.”

Fatburger traces its roots back to the 1950s in Los Angeles when the word
fat meant cool or hip, but the size of burgers led to the distinctive name. “The
name of the store was my idea. I wanted to get across the idea of a big burger with
everything on it . . . a meal in itself,” said Fatburger founder Lovie Yancey.

In keeping with the Fatburger tradition, the new 30-seat location will feature
an open kitchen, allowing guests to order at the counter and enjoy watching their
meals being cooked-to-order. Convenient takeout service will also be available.

What makes Fatburger so special? Premium ingredients. Each and every
burger starts with fresh, never frozen Alberta Angus beef. No additives, binders or
fillers. Only the freshest produce, including hand-shredded lettuce and award
winning centre-cut beefsteak tomatoes, qualify to be served on a Fatburger.

Fatburger’s inspired menu doesn’t stop there. Other delicious options
include chicken sandwiches made with full-sized marinated chicken breasts,
veggie burgers custom-made exclusively for Fatburger, and Buffalo’s™ World
Famous Wings and Tenders. For those seeking a low-carb, gluten friendly treat,
Fatburger offers the option to “Lettuce Wrap” your burger or sandwich.

To complement the chain’s burger selections and other entrees are its “best
anywhere” milkshakes made with premium, hand-scooped ice cream. In fact,
Fatburger has six delicious shake flavours to choose from, plus a seasonal feature
flavour.

Pine Centre is the second Fatburger in Prince George and the 55th
Fatburger restaurant in Canada, with locations in British Columbia, Alberta,
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories. Fatburger Canada is
Canadian owned and operated and is proud to serve Canadian ingredients.

 
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TORONTO, ON (JUNE 24, 2019) – Greenleaf Foods, SPC, owner of Field Roast Grain Meat Co™ (“Field Roast”), the original maker of artisan plant-based meats and cheeses and a pioneer in the plant-based industry since 1997, today announced its partnership with Canadian pizza chain and quick-serve restaurant leader, Pizza Pizza. This partnership brings Pizza Pizza’s first-ever plant-based pizza to the menu at all restaurants across Canada beginning June 24.

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To complement the Field Roast crumble, the ‘Super Plant Pizza’ will also feature homestyle Italian tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and is topped with plant-based pepperoni. For an entirely vegan experience, consumers are also able to order the pizza with dairy-free vegan cheeze. The new ‘Super Plant Pizza’ recipe is a delicious combination of flavors and is available on any crust, including Pizza Pizza’s newest innovation, Cauliflower Crust.

“When dining out, plant-based options can seem less exciting, but we’re quickly changing that experience,” said Dan Curtin, President of Greenleaf Foods, SPC. “Now Pizza Pizza consumers don’t have to sacrifice taste because we’re bringing innovative and delicious plant-based options to the menu. We are always looking for ways to introduce more people to plant-based eating. Teaming up with Pizza Pizza will allow us to deliver our high-quality, artisanal products in new ways.” 

The Field Roast brand offers plant-based meat and cheese that pay homage to regionally-beloved spices and ingredients, incorporating big, bold flavors that create a complex, layered taste experience. The brand makes it its mission to use only the finest quality, all-natural, whole food ingredients such as grains, fresh-cut vegetables, herbs and legumes. All Field Roast® products are vegan and do not contain any animal ingredients.

 

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