July 15, 2019, Ottawa – Brian Innes, President of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA) today issued the following statement as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to meet with European Council President Donald Tusk, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker…
Flavourful artisanal cheese production continues to improve in Canada, but with import quantities about to rise, how will the industry handle the challenges of CETA?
The European Parliament has approved the implementation of Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
The federal government is investing $350 million in two new programs to help keep the dairy sector competitive as CETA comes in
The Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance believes the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement with the EU will mean growth for Canada’s food industry
Worldwide events that will likely affect Canadian food exports
As I continue thinking about the topic of Canada’s Food Strategy and where we could go from here, I am also listening to the news and hearing a lot of things that will certainly make developing such a strategy a…
CETA will open new market opportunities for Canadian food and beverage products, if the industry is ready to access them
The elimination of tariffs under CETA will add $1.4 billion to Canadian goods exports to Europe by 2022, but companies can’t sit back and just wait for that to boost their sales; innovation is still key