In the wake of the discontinuation of Liberté cream cheese, Dizz’s Bagel and Deli to the rescue

With news that General Mills will no longer be able to continue making Liberté cream cheese, bagel lovers, in particular, have gone into a bit of panic. Founded by the Kaporovsky family in 1936, Liberté — initially known as Liberty Dairy Products — was created in a building on the corner of St-Urbain and Duluth Streets in Montreal’s Plateau-Mont-Royal borough, as reported by CBC. From there, the Kaporovskys sold kosher dairy products such as cream cheese, cottage cheese and sour cream to the Jewish community living in the area, according to Romanow. The company was…

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A&W Signs country agreement for Canada with Pret A Manger with the first shop opening this summer

A&W Canada is trying out a new concept in Vancouver this summer. They are bringing the UK-based chain Pret A Manger to Canada as part of a two-year pilot this summer.  If things work as planned, watch Pret A Manger come to a city near you. Pret A Manger is a sandwich and coffee chain commonly referred to as Pret and based in the United Kingdom. The first shop opened in London in 1986. Pret’s sandwiches, salads and wraps are freshly made each day in shop kitchens using quality ingredients and all coffees are 100% organic.

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New Chicago Style Pizza launched exclusively in Canada at Little Caesars

The home of Canada’s HOT-N-READY pizza, Little Caesars, is offering a pizza that is so loaded with toppings, that even the toppings have toppings. The mouth-watering, Chicago Style Pizza is a unique medium pizza with a thick “Chicago-style” crust, fully loaded with layers of toppings, starting at $12.99. It is the first of its kind in the country from an international quick-service pizza restaurant.

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