Lovers of this established GTA pizza chain should be excited to hear that it's opening a brand new location here in Oakville.
In an effort to continue to serve its customers in a safe way that doesn't contribute to spreading COVID-19, Starbucks has announced it will be implementing curbside pickup.
One in five Canadians has found comfort during these unprecedented times at the bottom of a bottle.
Some exciting new food options are coming to Oakville Place, especially if you’re a fan of barbecue.
Good news for those looking to avoid dairy, whether for ethical or dietary reasons.
Tim Hortons is now offering almond milk as an alternative to cow’s milk or cream.
The Province is encouraging Ontarians to support local craft breweries and wineries by expanding made-in-Ontario options the LCBO.
If you’re looking to spice up your BBQ options this summer during grilling season, you’re in luck, Maple Leaf has launched a new line of products that combine the best of meat and plant-based
Starbucks Canada has announced it is reopening its cafes and patio seating areas.
By the end of June, Starbucks intends to have nearly half its company-owned stores open.
As Provincial restrictions have begun to loosen, some businesses are preparing to reopen certain services--Starbucks is one such example.
While COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the foodservice business in 2020, there are restaurants going forward with their planned launches despite strict lockdown orders.