Food for Thought is a quarterly newsletter that brings you the latest insights, news and trends impacting the Grocery and Foodservice sectors and your business.
Highlights: Get ready for business by certifying your products, learn how Product Certification tool can help your business; explore the GS1 traceability case study library; read the Canadian Survey on Business Conditions; and meet Maryam Nassiri, GS1 Canada Golden Gong winner for 2020.
Highlights: GS1 Canada's response to COVID-19; GS1 Canada wins Global Power of GS1 Award, Global food and drink trends 2030.
Highlights: Looking back on 2019; Behind the scenes of our Content Capture services; The Certified Plant Based Program is now available in Canada!
Highlights: Going Beyond the Label with Enhanced Nutritional Information, GS1 Discovery App and New Data Recipients at GS1 Canada.
Highlights: GS1 Canada’s Feature in Grocery Business Magazine, Connect the Dots with GS1 Standards and the 2019 Canadian Holiday Outlook.
Highlights: The new Product Certification tool has arrived; welcome GS1 Cameroon and GS1 Myanmar to the GS1 global organization; how do Canadian parents prepare children’s lunch boxes.
Highlights: Have a look at the two key speeches at SIAL 2019 hosted by GS1 Canada, discussing timely industry topics – how to do business with Canadian trading partners and the evolution of nutritional labels; learn more about 2019 Canada’s Food Guide.
Highlights: Learn how to make the most of your GS1 Canada solutions, services and tools in our new Learning Zone; current optional attributes becoming mandatory in ECCnet Registry; check the new, streamlined online billing system through myGS1.
Highlights: Access more GS1 Canada tools with one login, new Bulk Upload functionality, and GTIN Rules being updated.
Highlights: How GS1 standards support cannabis traceability, Health Canada is requesting access to your product information, GTIN Reuse Rules Are Changing on January 1.
Highlights: New GTIN Allocation Assistant tool, watch the evolution of TrueSource™ Dashboard, GS1 Canada’s Content Capture Services and the importance of standardized professional images and data.
Highlights: GS1 Canada at SIAL Canada 2018, learn how to launch your business and operate more efficiently with help from GS1 Canada’s Supplier Excellence Checklist, Content Capture Service Request learning resources.