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Jet Label is Excited to Share Acquisition with Clients & Community

The acquisition of Challenge Label – Kelowna has Jet Label co-owner Darrell Friesen very excited.

“We now have the capacity and equipment to make the best label in Canada and for our customers that means they will receive the product they are very happy with. 70 more words

Food Labels

Talk Food Marketing To Me

Picture me, munching on M3 (probably a kale salad if I know myself) and tapping my way through Instagram stories, only to be stopped by the ever inspiring… 1,482 more words


The importance of GMO's and organic crops co-existing

Isn’t it remarkable what we, as human beings, are capable of? That no matter where we stand, we are constantly buzzing at work, creating solutions, and looking for the best version of absolutely everything around us? 906 more words


How Do You Label Ice-Cream?

A consumer has many choices when it comes to choosing an ice cream. Flavour, brand and colour are just some of elements that come into play and since it is often an impulse purchase, a label can make or break the opportunity to sell your company’s product. 64 more words

Food Labels

Food Industry Lobbyists Ask FDA To Delay Revised Nutrition Labels For Three Years

Three years after the federal government said it would overhaul Nutrition Facts labels for the first time in 20 years, a group of food industry executives and trade groups are asking the Food and Drug Administration to delay implementing those changes by three years. 492 more words

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Carrageenan is an indigestible carbohydrate that is extracted from red algae, Chondrus Crispus, often called Irish Moss.  Most people have never heard of carrageenan but unless you consume a diet of totally unprocessed foods, you have ingested carrageenan.  677 more words

APN 601Trends And Issues In Nutrition And Global Food Systems

Spring clean up for your pantry

It is officially Spring! The days are longer, the trees and shrubs are blooming and putting out new growth and the farmer’s markets are beginning to pop up. 421 more words