How the Canadian agri-food industry can leverage global food demand and shifting domestic food preferences to offset costs and stay profitable in a post-pandemic environment.
The new modernized CUSMA agreement will create opportunities and challenges for Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sectors.
Canada produces more than we can eat - but consumers also rely on fresh fruit and vegetables year-round. That’s why trade will always be important for our agri-food supply chain.
Canadian ag and food relies heavily on trade. Recognize the opportunities and risks for good farm management and how export potential is measured for our ag commodities and food products.
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.
A look at how COVID-19 impacted trends in trade for ag and food products.
Four economic indicators that could signal better days ahead for Canadian agriculture.
Here are four significant connections we can make between coronavirus and agri-food markets.
Coronavirus impacts include lower interest rates, lower Canadian dollar and tighter profit margins for crop and livestock producers.
Profitability is expected to remain tight in 2020 for grain, oilseed and pulse producers as COVID-19 brings more price volatility.