Canadian food industry review 2001
During the latter part of the 1990's when much of the economy, particularly the technology sector, was booming the Canadian food industry appeared stodgy at best. Market analysts were clamouring for anything that would boost food industry stocks. The calls were typically for mergers and acquisitions. The fact is, however, in slower economic periods the food industry continues to trudge along at relatively the same speed it did during the good times, says Kevin Grier.
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