Countries around the globe are implementing export restrictions to reign in domestic food price inflation. This is upending trade, creating supply gaps and causing prices to rise further.
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.
Grains, oilseeds and pulses expected to stay profitable through volatile crop prices and rising input prices.
On Canada Day we’re celebrating Canadian agriculture and agri-food by highlighting some facts about the sector’s contribution to our economy.
In the 2021 FCC Trade Report, a new effective ag and food exchange rate shows a more cautionary environment for wheat, pork and beef exporters.
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.
Here are the top five economic trends to watch in Canada’s agriculture and food sectors for 2022.
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.