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Published On: Jun 28, 2016

Thanks to the low Canadian dollar, it's not just new farm equipment that's getting more expensive.

Published On: Jun 27, 2016

As the province’s supermarkets prepare for a spike in demand for Icelandic skyr, more of Sault Ste. Marie’s seniors start relying on food banks. Click for more in this week’s Food Links.

Published On: Jun 20, 2016

Farmers have to cope with lower sulphur levels in their crops after a successful campaign to rid Ontario of acid rain. An online food publication explores Ontario’s horsemeat industry. Click for more in this week’s Food Links.

Published On: Jun 13, 2016

Kokom’s Bannock Shack in Dryden hit the big time after a profile on The Food Network and a Leamington-area greenhouse pled guilty to charges of mislabelling produce. More food news inside.

Published On: Jun 06, 2016

This week’s Food Links looks at the lonely job of tropical fruit farming in Ontario and cows and tractors on Parliament Hill. Click for more. 

Published On: May 30, 2016

As farmers near Peterborough look to rent out their chickens, Health Canada pushes forward plans to approve irradiating beef to kill E. coli. Click for more in this week’s Food Links.

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