You’ve likely heard of Gross Domestic Product or GDP. Learn more about what it really means and how important is it to ag and food markets.
Learn how using a commodity markets balance sheet that shows supply and demand can help you set expectation about prices.
Four economic indicators that could signal better days ahead for Canadian agriculture.
Get an update on the economic impacts of COVID-19 on the agriculture and food industries and how to maintain strategic focus on risk and financial management.
Surely no separation has been as bewildering and fraught with sudden twists and turns as Brexit, the attempt at parting the United Kingdom and European Union.
As the world shifts in preparation of major disruptive forces like climate change and protectionism, how are Canada’s key agri-food markets poised to thrive?
Climate change, protectionism and automation are the three top disruptors likely to shape Canadian businesses in agriculture and food manufacturing in 2020. Here’s how.
Canadian food manufacturing is a resilient, export-oriented and diverse industry. Census data shows about 240,000 jobs in food manufacturing, generating about 103 billion dollars in sales in 2018.
How shifting demographics and health considerations are broadening our palate for proteins and higher quality and why it matters for Canadian agriculture.
While fear of a U.S. China currency war adds economic uncertainty, farmers should look at global demand for Canadian ag commodities and food.