An update on how strength of demand and inflation influenced Canadian agriculture and food trade in 2021.
China’s hog herd rebuild, Canada’s pork export shift, high feed costs and red meat inflation create a mixed outlook for 2022 red meat sectors.
The 2022 FCC Food Report illustrates food manufacturing’s resilience and growth in 2021.
Watch a recording of the 2022 FCC Ag Economic Outlook that reviews the major drivers and trends to look for in the year ahead.
The Bank of Canada increased its policy rate amid a robust economy and high inflation. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has increased uncertainty of global growth and increased inflation expectations.
Inflation has proven persistent and interest rates are expected to increase into 2022 as the economy makes progress recovering from COVID-19’s impact.
Breaking into international markets isn’t unheard of, but it will require adjustments. Advice from those who do this well may help you decide if it’s your trajectory, too.
China’s hog herd rebuild, feed costs and stabilizing demand for red meat create a mixed outlook for Canada’s red meat sectors in 2022.
Higher interest rates can have a material impact on a business's bottom line.
Inflation, supply chains and pandemic outbreaks dominated the headlines in a year that was supposed to be a break from the chaos of 2020. Here’s what’s in store for 2022.