Apr 20, 2018
Gay Lea Foods is pleased to announce the ten registered Canadian charities supported by the Gay Lea Foundation in 2018.
Jan 23, 2018
Canadian dairy co-operative celebrates 60 years with a modern new look that sets the stage for further growth and innovation Mississauga, Ontario - (January 23, 2018) Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Limited ("Gay Lea Foods") today unveiled a modernized new logo and website reflective of its future out
Nov 27, 2017
Introducing Pie Face Showdown. Bring your game face to Pie Face Showdown. Hasbro and Gay Lea have come together to produce this hilarious game of suspense. Just load up the game’s throwing arm with whipped cream (not included), and wait for the giggles! Suitable for all ages, players try to
Mar 20, 2017
By now you should (hopefully!) be familiar with the Healthy Menu Choices Act that has been in effect since January 1, 2017. As a reminder, the act requires food service chains with 20 or more locations to display calorie information on their menus. With calorie counts front and centre for food an
Apr 19, 2018
How beautiful food photos can inspire you to eat well By Shannon Crocker, MSc RD Do you remember when healthy food had a bad reputation for being boring and bland? Well no more! Food photography – in particular Instagram food photography – has changed how we view healthy eating. Healthy f
Mar 2, 2018
Eat your way to beautiful skin By Stacey Stein Forget spending a small fortune on expensive skin lotions and creams - when it comes to achieving a flawless complexion, what you put inside your body may be more important than the products you slather on your face. The old adage "you are what y
Jan 23, 2018
By Stacey Stein - Valentine’s Day is often associated with a candle-lit dinner at a romantic restaurant, feasting on calorie-laden foods, indulging in a decadent dessert, and washing all of it down with a bottle of wine. But while this type of Valentine’s Day celebration may satisfy the
Sep 25, 2017
Thanksgiving is synonymous with a decadent feast featuring roast turkey with gravy and dishes like buttery mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. Most of us expect to leave the festivities with our belts loosened, the result of indulging in fat- and calorie-laden dishes.