The governments of Canada and Manitoba will invest up to $2.5 million cost-shared funding to support new technologies in Merit Functional Foods’ new state-of-the-art, 94,000-ft2 plant protein production facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Blaine Pedersen and…
Protein Industries Canada, along with industry partners, announced an investment of more than $27 million into a canola breeding project focused on making canola hybrids that produce high protein meal for downstream use. This is the first commercial breeding project…
Protein Industries Canada announced its second co-investment into a consortium-led project. The $19.1 million project will work to commercialize high-quality plant-based proteins, focusing on proprietary pea protein and canola protein isolates, including introducing the world’s first highly soluble, highly functional…
Companies are developing plant-based food products to keep up with consumer demands, but they also see opportunities in developing co-products and extraction technologies.
Genome Canada announced $17 million in funding will go toward genomics research projects that will help agriculture and agri-food thrive
The federal government is investing more than $980,000 to help drive innovation and profitability in the canola industry
New vegetable oils market study provides data needed for business planning
Regina-based Viterra Inc. has acquired a canola and soybean crushing and refining plant based in Bécancour, Que.
Statistics Canada released its latest principal field crops report and says that most crops in Canada decreased
The $6.5 million funding will mean benefits for several organizations and crop producers and help create more productive and profitable sectors
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