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AAFC Canada 14h
Pulses offer numerous health benefits. With exported $3.8M in processed pulse products to the just last year – an increase from $1.13M in 2016. Learn more:
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AAFC Canada 14h
The sector is on the right path as continued growth is expected for the next 10 years. Check out the details:
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AAFC Canada 15h
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If you answered D, you’re right! Before , some confectionary products were subject to tariffs as high as 50.7 euros per 100KG. Learn more about the benefits of CETA:
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AAFC Canada 15h
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The answer is A – Apple Juice! Before , non-alcoholic beverages like apple juice, concentrated grape juice, or mineral water were facing tariffs as high as 33.6%! Learn more about CETA’s benefits:
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AAFC Canada 15h
No one loves to eat more than your pets, and our furry friends deserve the best. Did you know last year exported over $138M in pet food products to the with ? Learn more:
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AAFC Canada 15h
Think you have what it takes to be a member on the board of Directors for Farm Credit Canada? Learn more about a board member’s roles and responsibilities, and apply today:
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AAFC Canada 16h
There are many government programs and services across the country to help you succeed in . Find the program that’s right for you with the new :
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AAFC Canada 16h
Find out what's new in soybean research:
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AAFC Canada 17h
Which confectionary product is now duty-free to the ?
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AAFC Canada 17h
Meet Dr. Elsayed Abdelaal to learn about the nutritional qualities of ancient, modern and colorful grains. Sat. Sept 29, 10-4 pm at our Guelph Open House.
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AAFC Canada 17h
From Oct 7-8 we’ll be meeting with buyers, importers, distributers and more at the Canada Food Expo in . Stay connected on Twitter for sector trends & opportunities with South Korea!
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AAFC Canada 18h
is committed to reducing plastic waste. AAFC is contributing $1.15 million towards the Canadian Plastics Innovation Challenge announced by Minister McKenna.
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AAFC Canada 18h
investing $70M to support and to help farmers grow food more sustainably:
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AAFC Canada 19h
Let’s get your brain *juices* flowing! This non-alcoholic beverage is now duty-free to the
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Canada Trade 24h
is 1 y.o. today, and we have lots to celebrate! with the is up almost 10% = $100B in annual bilateral ! This benefits all by offering more product choice and creating more well-paid jobs.
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AAFC Canada Sep 20
Minister MacAulay led the tractor parade, visited Laprise Farms brussel sprouts, and opened the Guinness record attempt for apple-bobbing
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AAFC Canada Sep 20
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The correct answer is C! Not all insects are pests and many are actually really beneficial to . Scientist Dr. Tyler Wist explains how.
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AAFC Canada Sep 20
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If you answered A, you are right! Bioplastic is friendly packaging that helps keep your food fresher for longer. Dr. Qiang Lui explains the details here:
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AAFC Canada Sep 20
have developed a tool to help producers keep their farms eco-friendly. Learn more about Holos
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AAFC Canada Sep 20
Nobody likes wasting food. That’s why has developed controlled storage facilities to make sure your produce get the right amounts of oxygen and carbon dioxide to keep fruits and veg fresh and reduce waste.
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