Price swings in the pork industry may limit traditional exports, but CETA, CPTPP and other factors give Canadian producers greater access to diverse markets than their competitors enjoy.
Canadian cranberry, blueberry and maple syrup production will benefit from favourable growing conditions and sustained demand for the rest of 2019.
Despite all the uncertainty in crop markets across North America and beyond, Canadian grains, oilseeds and pulse producers may still see positive profits in 2019.
Profitability in the Canadian hog sector is projected to trend up slowly in 2020 amid continued trade tensions.
How shifting demographics and health considerations are broadening our palate for proteins and higher quality and why it matters for Canadian agriculture.
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.
Volatility dominated 2018 as trade tensions, weather and rising interest rates disrupted agricultural markets amid a growing demand for Canadian agricultural commodities and food.
FCC Ag Economics July 2019 Outlook series shows that geopolitical and weather uncertainty cloud Canada’s food processing sector outlook.
A mid-year economic check-in on the 2019 Canadian chicken sector. Canada’s broiler producers will maintain positive profit margins throughout 2019.
As food demand continues to grow globally in 2019, ongoing trade tensions may shift levels of carryover stocks in new patterns. It’s the number two economic trend to watch this year.