Agri-Food Analytics Lab (AAL) research focuses on how global trends affect food processing, distribution and retail sales for Canadian Agrifood businesses including food service.
AAL research is enabling the agri-food industry to better meet demand, and reduce costs and waste in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner – right across the food life cycle. AAL research does this by improving the agri-food industry’s understanding of:
- consumer tastes by location
- customer experiences and services
- supply chain and logistics
- quality and safety tracking
- price and market analysis
- optimized production, sourcing and inventory utilizing demand forecasting algorithms (such as ‘regression’).
- COVID Food Literacy
- COVID‑19 Online Food Activity
- COVID-19 Food Autonomy
- Supply Management 2.0
- Home Food Gardening during COVID-19
- Household Organic Food Waste - COVID-19
- Plastic Food Packaging: Before and After COVID-19
- COVID-19 Telecommuting
- Restaraunts post COVID-19
- Farmgate Waste
- COVID‑19 Grocery Experience
- Canada's Food Price Report ‑ Revised Updates
- Grocery shopping during COVID-19 pandemic
- Food delivery apps
- Keto Dieting
- 2020 Food Resolutions
- Cannabis 2.0: What can we expect?
- New survey suggests Canadians consider food security as most important electoral issue, country divided on agrifood global trades.
- The single-use plastics dilemma: Perceptions and possible solutions
- Canadians down on legal cannabis edibles
- Food Guide offers a more affordable plate, better food security
- Dal study finds 6.4 m Canadians limiting meat in diet - number growing
New Partnership Announcement
- Dalhousie University Agri-Food Analytics Lab to partner with Angus Reid to help improve food security