The 2023 FCC Food and Beverage Report illustrates food manufacturers’ growth in 2022 and provides key projections for the next year amid a difficult operating environment.
Analysis, trends and opportunities for the cattle and hog sector in 2023.
Driven by the unsuppressed global demand in 2020 and 2021, the story of 2022 was one of inflation, and the interest rate hikes intended to manage it.
Higher interest rates and inflation are pushing Canada into an economic slowdown.
Bank of Canada pauses rate hikes amid inflation declines as higher interest rates take hold.
Prices remain high for cattle and hogs, but feed costs and global demand destruction limit the outlook for Canada’s red meat sectors.
To start the new year, FCC Economics points to 10 charts you should monitor to understand the operating environment of Canada’s agri-food and agribusiness sectors.
This update looks at key highlights from the 2022 FCC Beverage Report.
Uncertainty in global red meat markets and high feed prices offsets strengthening beef demand from China and elsewhere.
An update on how strength of demand and inflation influenced Canadian agriculture and food trade in 2021.