Professor Timothy Dewhirst contributes to the Toronto Star about how Starbucks and many other businesses have had to shift amid the pandemic.
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Ongoing effects of the pandemic on the food supply chain and higher commodity prices mean that Canadian families will pay $966 more for food in 2022 than they did in 2021.
Dr. Timothy Dewhirst contributed a commentary to the Toronto Star about Canada's revised cigarette packaging regulations.
Dr. Jamie Gruman offers tips on how to nap like a pro and what activities you should avoid before going to sleep.
Professor Timothy Dewhirst offers his thoughts on the rebranding of Facebook in a new opinion piece in the Toronto Star.
A new study led by Lang Prof. Thomas Sasso found there can be many positives for LGBTQ+ people when they share their identity fully and openly in their workplace.
Lang hospitality professor Bruce McAdams and MSc candidate Rebecca Gordon discuss the challenges facing the Canadian hospitality and foodservice industry.
Lang PhD Management student Malika Khakhar explains in a new Conversation Canada commentary why she and colleagues analyzed how food allergy information gets miscommunicated at restaurants.
The claims marketers make to nudge consumers towards their products or services are carefully selected and highly scrutinized. In a new editorial by Lang marketing prof Dr. Tim Dewhirst titled "Interplay of food and tobacco product descriptors as health claims" published in the British medical journal Tobacco Control, describes the modern yet deceptive marketing approach that tobacco companies are beginning to use to promote their products as being a healthier alternatives.
In this Toronto Star op-ed, marketing prof Dr. Timothy Dewhirst explores how the recent COVID-19 vaccine mandate announcements impact activities for children.