Funding to go towards the development of clean energy technology and sustainability salmon farming measures
Investment to encourage sustainable and innovative projects
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has invested more than $1.2 million for the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA) to promote Canadian seafood globally. “Canada’s seafood producers and processors depend on exports,” says Gail Shea, Fishers and Oceans minister. “International trade…
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada announced $950 million in funding for superclusters
Over the next five years, the federal government will invest $30.7 million to strengthen Canada’s ability to anticipate, detect and respond to food safety risks
Paul and Tracy and Brad and Jordan Cocchio have started the first shrimp farm in the province, aptly named First Ontario Shrimp. Building their new business, for which they won a Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence in 2016, was nothing like they expected.
Festo Inc.’s MPA-C valve terminal is thoroughly cleanable and extremely reliable
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the final Safe Food for Canadians Regulations have been published in Canada Gazette Part II, so the industry can prepare itself for when they take effect in early 2019
The federal government is giving three food processors repayable contributions to help grow their businesses
Nomad Foods Europe has launched a well-known and popular brand in the U.K. into Ontario. Findus is a frozen food brand. The product range for Ontario includes Findus Steam Delicious cod portions and Findus English Style battered fish. Findus Steam Delicious…
Gold Coast Ingredients offers a full line of flavours and colours in a variety of consistencies for a wide range of food and beverage sectors.
The Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute has released a study of 13 companies across Canada and says it has found a recipe for their success
The Walmart Foundation wants to help reduce food waste and so gave grants to various expert organizations to help them make a dent in the issue
The Conference Board of Canada is holding its 6th Annual Canadian Food & Drink Summit in December, and will explore food performance, agriculture and Canada’s National Food Policy
Canada’s Food Price Report, from Dalhousie University, says food prices are set to increase but maybe not as much as first predicted
B.C.’s Buy Local program is helping 20 local food manufacturers produce innovative food products and distribute them to more consumers throughout the province