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ID #:   8891
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Description:   This publication contains information on food available for consumption and food nutrition. Includes: Food available by major group, per person, Food available by commodity, Total nutrients available from the Canadian food supply.

Covers the commodities: Fresh fruit (Apples, Apricots, Avocados, Bananas, Berries other, Blueberries, Cherries, Other citrus, Coconut Cranberries, Dates, Figs, Grapefruits, Grapes, Guavas, mangoes, Kiwis, Lemons, Limes, Mandarins, Muskmelons, cantaloups, Other melons, Melons total, Nectarines, Oranges, Papayas, Peaches, Pears, Pineapples, Plums, Quinces, Strawberries, Unspecified fresh fruits, Watermelons, Wintermelons), Processed fruit (canned, dried, frozen)

Fresh vegetables (Artichokes, Asparagus, Beans green and wax, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Chinese cabbage, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Corn, Cucumbers, Other edible roots, Eggplants, Garlic, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Other leguminous vegetables, Lettuce, Manioc, Mushrooms, Okra, Olives, Onions and shallots, Parsley, Parsnips, Peas, Peppers, Potatoes sweet fresh, Potatoes white fresh and processed, fresh equivalent, Pumpkins and squash, Radishes, Rappini Rutabagas and turnips, Spinach, Tomatoes), Processed vegetables (frozen, canned)

Beverages: Ale, beer, stout and porter, Bottled water, Coffee, Distilled spirits, Soft drinks, Tea, Wines, Apple juice, Grape juice, Grapefruit juice, Lemon juice, Orange juice, Pineapple juice, Tomato juice

Dairy: Cheddar cheese, Cheese cottage, Cheese processed, Cheese variety, Cream cereal 10%, litres, Cream sour, litres, Cream table 18%, litres, Cream whipping 32% or 35%, litres, Ice cream, litres, Ice milk, litres, Milk buttermilk, litres, Milk chocolate drink, litres, Milk concentrated skim, litres, Milk concentrated whole, litres, Milk other whole products, Milk partly skimmed 1%, litres, Milk partly skimmed 2%, litres, Milk skim, litres, Milk standard 3.25%, litres, Milk sweetened concentrated skim, litres, Milkshake, litres, Powder buttermilk, Powder skim milk, Powder whey, Sherbet, litres, Yogurt, litres, Fluid milk, litres, Eggs

Beef, Mutton and lamb, Offal, Pork, Veal, Poultry, Chicken, Stewing hen, Turkey, Fresh and frozen sea fish, Freshwater fish, Processed sea fish, Shellfish, Butter, Margarine, Salad oils, Shortening and shortening oils, Breakfast food, Corn flour and meal, Oatmeal and rolled oats, Pot and pearl barley, Rice, Rye flour, Wheat flour, Baked and canned beans, Dry beans, Peanuts, Dry peas, Tree nuts, Honey, Maple sugar, Sugar.

 
Publication Date:   5/27/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/27/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269667
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Description:   Survey on environmental concerns and water quality and conservation. Includes: How concerned are you about the declining state of the quality of Canada's fresh water supply [Water Quality], the availability of Canada's fresh water supply, Canada's forests, oil reserves, coal reserves, agricultural land/farm land, metals such as copper and nickel, fisheries/fish stock.

How confident are you that Canada as a whole and your region of Canada specifically has enough freshwater to meet our long-term needs?

How confident are you about the safety and quality of Canada's drinking water, of the water in your home? What source of water do you typically drink (tap water, filtered water, bottled water (individual-sized, large-jug cooler), well water, boiled water)

Do you know how much you pay each month for water, electricity? To what extent do you personally try to conserve electricity [energy conservation] / water in the course of your daily activities? Are you aware of any initiatives that your local government is undertaking in order to encourage water conservation?

Which of the following have you knowingly done? (Left water on while brushing your teeth, Left the water running in the kitchen when washing and rinsing dishes, Allowed soapy water to run down the storm drain, Hosed down your driveway, Used soap or shampoo to bathe in a lake, Watered your lawn when it has just rained/about to rain)

How concerned are you about the quality of water in the lakes in which you swim? What is the original source of the drinking water from where you live?

Results by province, household income, presence of children in household.

 
Publication Date:   3/17/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/18/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39268283
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Description:   % of Canadians drink tap water at home and bottled water on the go, % drink bottled water at home, % of all plastic water bottles are recycled, % change in bottled water sales in February 2008 to 2009, January 2009 to February 2009.
 
Publication Date:   4/20/2009
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Location Type:   Offline
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/27/2009
 
 
 
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Description:   Detailed retail food sales in Canada.
 
Publication Date:   11/29/2007
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/2/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267951
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Description:   Global survey on Financial Crisis 2008. Includes the following Canadian specific data: % agree with the statement "I will always find a way to afford some items that make me feel good."

What are people most frightened of? % of Canadians said fear of losing money from investments, % claimed that while they're worried, they "just can't stop spending."

% think the economy will only get worse. [consumer confidence] % said they cut down on their spending on impulse items, % said they are comparing prices before making a decision, Top five items Canadians said they have spent less on.

% have switched to a cheaper brand for the following products: cigarettes, canned goods, laundry and cleaning products, bottled water and staple food items.

 
Publication Date:   1/1/2009
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/23/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39264734
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Description:   Survey on Canadian household environmental activities. Includes: % of households now use compact fluorescent bulbs, programmable thermostat [energy conservation], % of households that used chemical fertilizers or pesticides on their lawn or garden [pesticide use], % of households with a lawn or garden

% of households drink bottled water predominantly, % drink tap water, % of those treat the tap water in some way (filtered water), Reasons why households with a municipal water supply treated their tap water before drinking it, % of households with a non-municipal water supply had their water tested by a laboratory in 2005, % of Canadian households have a water-saving showerhead, water-saving toilet [water quality]

% of households with access to at least one recycling program, % of households that had access to, and used, recycling programs, by material (glass, paper, plastics, metal cans), % of households composted kitchen or yard waste in 2006 [composting], % of households that composted by metropolitan area

% of households have leftover paint to dispose of, % of these households report that they took it to a depot or returned it to the supplier, % still have it in their possession, and did not know what to do with it [hazardous waste]

% of households have unwanted or expired medications to dispose of, % of these disposed of them in their regular garbage, flushed them down the toilet or put them down the drain, % said they returned the products to suppliers.

% of households with old computers or other electronics disposed of them at special waste depots or returned them to the supplier, % put them in the garbage, % did not know what to do with them.

% of households own a gas-powered snowblower, lawnmower, leafblower, motorized watercraft, snowmobile

% of Canadian households had at least one motor vehicle, % have three or more, % travelled 20,000 kilometres or less in their motor vehicles in an average year, % more than 40,000 km, One-way distance travelled between home and work, by selected census metropolitan area, % of all people who worked outside of the home usually travelled to work alone in a motor vehicle (warmer months vs. colder months), Length of time to travel between home and work, by usual mode of transportation (public transit, motor vehicle) [commuting] .

 
Publication Date:   2/10/2009
Frequency:   Biennial
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, some metropolitan area detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/10/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267863
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Description:   Poll of Canadian consumers on environmental issues. Includes: In general, how would you describe the state of the economy of Canada today? Looking forward to one year from now, do you think the economy will be much stronger than it is today? [consumer confidence]

Importance of various issues: Poverty among aboriginal Canadians, The inclusion of Cdns with disabilities in community life, Unemployment, The Canadian dollar, The cost of post secondary education, Climate change, Ethics in govt and politics, The quality of primary education, The state of the economy, Crime and safety, The environment, The state of the health care system, Gasoline prices.

How concerned are you about the state of the environment? When you are making purchases do you think about the environmental impact? How strongly motivated are you to make personal changes in your life that would benefit the environment in some way? [green consumers]

How able are you financially to make changes in your life that would benefit the environment? How important are each of the following environmental issues to you personally? (air quality, water quality, locally grown food, Reduce excess garbage, Global warming, Climate change, Stopping genetically modified food.

How beneficial to the environment would it be if you personally: Put investments in ethical funds, Bought organic food, Installed a solar powered hot water heater [solar energy], Stop or reduce drinking bottled water, Used public transit more often, Turned down the heat/a.c. in your house, Switched to a more fuel efficient car, Bought locally grown food, Drove your car/vehicle less, Changed household cleaning products, Replace your light bulbs with energy saving bulbs [compact fluorescent light bulbs], Set dishwashers/washing machines to energy saving, Stopped using pesticides, Used fewer plastic bags, Bought energy efficient appliances [energy conservation]

Would you be more or less likely to buy these products if a company: Used less packaging, Used renewable fuels, Used enviro friendly building materials, Used solar energy, Used recycled parts or materials, Turn down a.c., heat, lighting, Bought electricity from wind power providers [wind energy], Bought carbon offset credits, Used organic ingredients.

% do not understand why it is more expensive to purchase products that are environmentally friendly, % believe that many environmental claims are just marketing to sell more products, I believe it is more expensive to purchase products that are environmentally friendly but it is worth the cost in the long run.

When you are looking for information about the environment or about the environmental friendliness of products, services, or companies what sources of information do you trust.

 
Publication Date:   7/24/2008
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/2/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267043
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Description:   % of Canadians drink bottled water every day, % of them consume it because it is a portable, accessible and healthy choice, % of bottled water drinkers said they will revert to less healthy alternatives found in plastic beverage containers if bottled water isn't available.
 
Publication Date:   8/11/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/13/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266971
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Description:   Survey of Canadian consumers on Consumer Confidence (how would you describe the state of the economy of Canada today, economic expectations)

Most important issues facing Canada (The inclusion of Cdns with disabilities in community life, Unemployment, The Canadian dollar, The cost of post secondary education, Climate change, Ethics in govt and politics, The quality of primary education, The state of the economy, Crime and safety, The environment, The state of the health care system, The price of gasoline)

Also includes data on attitudes towards the environment: How concerned are you about the state of the environment? When you are making purchases do you think about the environmental impact? [green consumers] How strongly motivated are you to make personal changes in your life that would benefit the environment in some way?

How able are you financially to make changes in your life that would benefit the environment? How important of selected environmental issues to you personally? (e.g. promoting locally grown food, air quality, water quality

How beneficial to the environment would it be if you personally: Put investments in ethical funds, Bought organic food, Installed a solar powered hot water heater, Stop or reduce drinking bottled water, Used public transport more often, Turned down the heat/a.c. in your house, Switched to a more fuel efficient car, Bought locally grown food, Drove your car/vehicle less, Changed household cleaning products, Replace your light bulbs with energy saving bulbs, Set dishwashers/washing machines to energy saving, Stopped using pesticides, Used fewer plastic bags, Bought energy efficient appliances)

The following are steps that some companies have taken to become more environmentally responsible or make more environmentally responsible products. Would you be more or less likely to buy these products if a company: Used less packaging, Used renewable fuels, Used renewable fuels, Used enviro-friendly building materials, Used solar energy, Used recycled parts or materials, Turned down a.c., heat, lighting, Bought electricity from wind power providers, Supported enviro non-profit orgs, Used organic ingredients, Bought carbon offset credits)

% agree: I believe that many environmental claims are just marketing to sell more products, The term "green" has been used so much that it doesn't have much meaning to me when I see a company claiming a product is "green", I believe it is more expensive to purchase products that are environmentally friendly but it is worth the cost in the long run

Segmentation of Canadians environmental consumers (strong environmentalists, moderates, overwhelmed and unconvinced)

 
Publication Date:   7/27/2008
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/28/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266809
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Description:   This article examines what types of households drink bottled water. Includes: % of Canadian households drinking bottled water by income, education, household age composition (working-aged adults and children, seniors), dwelling type (single, multi-unit, apartment, other).
 
Publication Date:   6/25/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/25/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266319
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Description:   Global data on freshwater. Includes the following data specific to Canada: Total renewable freshwater supply, Total freshwater withdrawal by use (domestic, industrial, agriculture), Fraction of population with access to safe drinking water, Access to sanitation, Bottled water consumption, Per Capita Bottled Water Consumption [water quality]
 
Publication Date:   1/1/2006
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Selected countries
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/9/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39265375
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Description:   A comprehensive list of retail food sales data from 2006. This list reports the value of all grocery products sold last year through supermarkets to consumers in Canada. In addition to being useful for gauging the overall health of Canada’s food market, the data in this report can also be used to identify the specific types of grocery products that were both hot and not in 2006.

Covers: Dairy, Fresh & Cured,   Meat & Poultry, Fresh Produce, Frozen Foods, Baked Goods

Fresh meats, Milk and milk products, Fresh fruit, Fresh vegetables, Cheese, Frozen prepared foods, Commercial bread (including fresh waffles), Deli meat, Packaged meats, Refrigerated yogurt and related products

Soft drinks and bottled water, Snacks, Condiments, dressings, spreads, relishes & spaghetti/lasagna sauces, Shelf stable juices/drinks/nectars and ready to serve tea, Breakfast foods, Prepared drinks, Candy & chewing gum, Dried foods, Canned & dry soup Baking needs, Jams, jellies, preserves, syrups & Spreads, Canned & bottled vegetables, Canned fish & canned seafood, Fats & shortenings, Canned & Bottled Fruits, Dry pasta, Baby foods Desserts, Canned prepared foods, Canned milk Canned meats & specialty foods

Fats & shortenings, Prepared drinks, Snacks, Canned & bottled vegetables, Candy & chewing gum, Soft drinks and bottled water, Dry pasta, Canned & dry soup, Condiments, dressings, spreads, relishes & spaghetti/lasagna sauces, Baking needs

Olive oil, Frozen vegetables, Muffins, Garlic bread, Retortable rice, Fresh berries, Whole bean coffee, Crispy snacks (marshmallow), Family-size canned puddings, Frozen unprepared fillets, Canned & bottled mushrooms, Iced tea mixes, Ready to serve iced tea, not in cans, Bottled water , Ice cream/related products , Liquid & replacement egg products , Infant formula, Fresh potatoes, Grain bread, Snacks , Rice drinks , Shelf stable juice , Prepackaged natural cheese , Ready-to-eat gelatin , Frozen fruit

Cheese spread, Grape nectar, Frozen fruit pies , Chilled orange drinks Bran grain bread, Shelf stable orange juice, Fresh waffles , Juice concentrates , Frozen fish & chips , Canned & bottled asparagus, Corn oil Shelf stable grape juice, Shelf stable apple juice Vegetable oil, Frozen iced tea, No bake products, Chilled grapefruit juice, Infant feeding wet, Party mix, Frozen prepared fillets, Hard margarine, Frozen baked cakes, Oatbran grain bread, Instant blending flour varietals, Novelty candy confections

 
Publication Date:   8/29/2007
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/7/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264890
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Description:   Detailed survey on how Canadians rate health care services (by letter grade) and their concerns about the environment. Includes: Rating of The overall quality of the healthcare services available to you and your family, The choice of health services in your community, Your most recent dealing with the healthcare system in your community, The level of cooperation between various health professionals like doctors, pharmacists and nurses in your community

Rating of Access to a family doctor in your community, Access to walk in clinics in your community, Access to medical specialists, Access to modern diagnostic equipment such as MRIs and CT scans, Access to emergency room services, Access to healthcare services on evenings and weekends in your community, Access to healthcare services for children in your community, Access to healthcare services for seniors in your community, Access to mental healthcare services in your community, Access to home health care service

Rating of: The quality of the air in your community, The quality of the drinking water in your community, The quality of the soil in your community, The quality of the environment in your community, In terms of taking action to improve the environment, what mark or letter grade would you give to the following: Federal government, Provincial government, Municipal government, People in your neighbourhood, You own family

% concerned about: Climate change and the effect that it will have on you and your family's health, Soil contamination and the effect it has on the locally grown fruits and vegetables you and your family eat, Environmental standards in other countries and the effect they have on the imported fruits and vegetables you and your family eat, Air pollution in your community and the effect it has on you and your family, Water quality in your community and the effect it has on you and your family, Heat and sun exposure and the effects they have on you and your family, The use of herbicides and pesticides in your neighbourhood, The potential for climate change to encourage the spread of diseases like the West Nile Virus

Have you ever taken action to protect your health from environmental factors? Have you ever changed your lifestyle to lessen your impact on the environment? What specifically did you do? (Use sunscreen/ avoid sun exposure, Recycle/ started recycling, Buying organic products, Avoid dumping/ using toxic substances, Driving/ using car less/public transit/car pool, Drink filtered/ bottled water, Avoid smog, Use air purifiers/filters, Collect information, More careful/ selective of products I use, Conserve energy, Composting, Using energy efficient light bulbs, Energy conservation, Change/ use small car, Use/convert to energy efficient appliances, Re-use/use own bags for shopping)

Can you please tell me what the health condition was that you believe was caused by the environment? (Asthma, Migraines/Heat stroke/Other, Allergies, Cancer, Bronchitis/Respiratory problems), Most credible sources for information about the environment.

Results by province, gender, age group, urban/rural, education, income level.

 
Publication Date:   8/19/2007
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/21/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264694
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Description:   % increase in flat water sales in Canada in 2006 over 2005. [bottled water]
 
Publication Date:   1/15/2007
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/4/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264270
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Description:   % of men on Toronto believe bottled water in restaurants is overpriced, % say they drink it occasionally, % say they drink bottled water because it's convenient, % say they prefer the taste, % say they feel pressured to buy bottled water in restaurants, % say they worry they'll look cheap if they don't order bottled water in restaurants, % believe bottled water is bad for the environment
 
Publication Date:   4/11/2007
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Geography:   Toronto
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/12/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   4048
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Description:   Data on food consumption in Canada. Includes Supply and disposition of food by commodity, Apparent per capita food consumption, Per capita disappearance of major food groups, Nutrients in the food supply, by source of nutritional equivalent and commodity

Meat production, supply and disappearance, Animals slaughtered, supply and disappearance in Canada, Per capita disappearance of meats and output of meats and offal

Food commodities covered: Wheat flour, Rye flour, Oatmeal and rolled oats, Pot and pearl barley, Corn flour and meal, Rice, Breakfast food, Sugar, Maple sugar, Honey, Dry beans, Baked and canned beans, Dry peas, Peanuts, Tree nuts,

Tea , Coffee, Cocoa , Ale, beer, stout and porter (litres per year), Distilled spirits (litres per year), Wines (litres per year), Soft drinks (litres per year), Bottled water (litres per year),

Cheddar cheese, Processed cheese, Variety cheese, Cottage cheese, Powder skim milk, Powder buttermilk, Powder whey, Concentrated whole milk (litres per year), Sweetened concentrated milk (litres per year), Milkshake , Ice cream (litres per year), Sherbet (litres per year), Ice milk (litres per year), Standard milk 3.25% (litres per year), Buttermilk (litres per year), Partly skimmed milk 2% (litres per year), Partly skimmed milk 1% (litres per year), Skim milk (litres per year), Chocolate drink (litres per year), Cereal cream 10% (litres per year), Table cream 18% (litres per year), Whipping cream 32% or 35% (litres per year), Sour cream (litres per year) , Yogurt (litres per year), Butter, Margarine,

Chicken, Stewing hen , Turkey, Eggs, Pork , Beef , Veal , Mutton and lamb, carcass weight, Offal , Salad oils, Shortening and shortening oils,

Apples fresh, Apples canned, Apples dried, Apples frozen, Apple juice, Apple pie filling, Apple sauce, Apricots fresh, Apricots canned, Avocados fresh, Bananas fresh, Blueberries fresh, Blueberries canned, Blueberries frozen, Cherries fresh, Cherries frozen, Coconut fresh, Cranberries fresh, Dates fresh, Figs fresh, Grapes fresh, Grape juice, Guavas and mangoes fresh, Kiwis fresh, Melons, musk and cantaloups fresh, Watermelons fresh, Wintermelons fresh, Nectarines fresh, Papayas fresh, Peaches fresh, Peaches canned, Pears fresh, Pears canned, Pineapples fresh, Pineapples canned, Pineapple juice, Plums total freshQuinces fresh, Raspberries frozen, Strawberries fresh, Strawberries canned, Strawberries frozen, Oranges fresh, Orange juice, Lemons fresh, Lemon juice, Grapefruits fresh, Grapefruit juice, Limes fresh, Mandarins fresh,

Artichokes fresh, Asparagus fresh, Asparagus canned, Beans green and wax fresh, Beans green and wax canned, Beans green and wax frozen, Beets fresh, Beets canned, Broccoli fresh, Broccoli frozen, Brussels sprouts fresh, Brussels sprouts frozen, Cabbage fresh, Chinese cabbage fresh, Carrots fresh, Carrots canned, Carrots frozen, Cauliflower fresh, Cauliflower frozen, Celery fresh, Corn fresh, Corn canned, Corn frozen, Cucumbers fresh, Eggplants fresh, Garlic fresh, Kohlrabi fresh, Leeks fresh, Lettuce fresh, Lima beans frozen, Manioc fresh, Mushrooms fresh, Mushrooms canned, Okra fresh, Olives fresh, Onions and shallots fresh, Parsley fresh, Parsnips fresh, Peas fresh, Peas canned, Peas frozen, Peppers fresh, Potatoes sweet, Potatoes white, Pumpkins and squash fresh, Radishes fresh, Rappini fresh, Rutabagas and turnips fresh, Spinach fresh, Spinach frozen, Tomatoes fresh, Tomatoes canned, Tomato juice, Tomatoes, pulp, paste and puree,

Fresh and frozen sea fish, Processed sea fish, Total shellfish, Freshwater fish.

 
Publication Date:   10/25/2006
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/25/2006
 
 
 
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Description:   % volume increase in customer order for various "healthier choice" restaurant menu items 200 to 2004 (Vegetarian burgers, Bottled water, Fruit, Juices (excluding orange), Main dish salads, Wraps/pitas, Bagels, Submarine sandwiches, Fish (broiled/baked/grilled), Water, Orange juice, Soup)

Where Canadians eat their meals: % In home sourced from retail, In home - home meal replacement, In home sourced from restaurant (take out), At restaurant, Carried from home, All other away from home, Skipped meal.

 
Publication Date:   1/1/2005
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Posted/Updated:   6/5/2006
 
 
 
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Description:   National grocer dollar sales and volume (52 weeks to Oct 5, 2002) for soft drinks, milk, shelf stable juice, chilled juice, frozen fruit beverages, bottled water, carbonated water, RTD ice tea, ice tea mix, ground coffee, instant coffee, tea bags, hot chocolate, vegetable juice, tomato juice, powdered soft drinks, milkshakes, eggnogs, instant breakfast, isotonic sports drinks/energy drinks, soya beverages
 
Publication Date:   2/1/2003
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Posted/Updated:   9/3/2005
 
 
 
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Description:   Amount of bottled water consumed by Canadians in 1998 and production is projected to grow.
 
Publication Date:   5/12/2001
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/2/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   39260089
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Description:   Report on beverage sales in Canada. Include retail sales, % $ change and % volume change 52 weeks to Jan 24, 2004 for Bottled water, Frozen concentrate j&d, Chilled juices & drinks, Shelf-stable j&d, Isotonics (sports drinks), Vegetable & Tomato juice, Coffee (ground & instant), Tea (regular & specialty) Soft drinks, Fluid milk.

Also % increase in green tea sales (2002 vs. 2003), market share of coffee retailing for more than $10 per kilogram, % increase in soy and rice drinks (2002 vs. 2003), % of Canadian households that regularly or occasionally consume soy drinks

Home and away-from-home beverage consumption per capita 1996 vs. 2002 (covers bottled water, tea, coffee, fruit & vegetable juice, soft drinks, fluid milk).

 
Publication Date:   4/1/2004
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/26/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   39260124
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Description:   Total bottled water consumption in Canada (millions of litres) (1996 - 2002), Per capita consumption of bottled water in 2001 by Canadians, Italians, French, Dutch, Germans and Americans. % increase in bottled water sales in containers 18 litres and under
 
Publication Date:   10/1/2003
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/5/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   39260185
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Description:   % compounded annual growth rate of various beverages in Canada (value & volume) 2003-2008. (Covers bottled water, juice, RTD tea sales, % change in soft drink sales (52 weeks to June 12, 2004), % annual change in bottle water sales, juice. % of Canadians are not sure of or have little confidence in the safety of tap water, % of adult Canadians who drink coffee every day, % of teenagers drinking ice tea.
 
Publication Date:   9/1/2004
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/6/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   6389
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Description:   % annual growth for bottled water, wine, coffee, tea, fruit beverage, milk and carbonated soft drinks markets in Canada from 2002 to 2006, market share of beverage market held by bottled water in 2002 and 2006, by soft drinks in 2006.
 
Publication Date:   7/1/2002
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/23/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   167
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Description:   Covers: Fluid Milk, Cheese, Red Meat, Poultry, Eggs, Fish, Alcoholic Beverages, Soft Drinks, Coffee, Bottled Water, Tea, Fruit (fresh, frozen, canned, dried, juice), Oils and Fats, Cereal Products, Pulses and Nuts, Sugar & Syrup, Vegetables (fresh, frozen, canned, dried, juice).
 
Publication Date:   5/1/2001
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, United States
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/21/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   6712
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Description:   Canadian Market Share Reports on selected products. Covers: Ready-to-eat Cereals, Liquid Dish Detergent, Bottled Water, Coolers, Butter, Cigarettes, Toothpaste
 
Publication Date:   6/7/1999
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Location Type:   Offline
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/29/2004
 
 
 
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