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The eight hottest agri-food trends and issues to watch for in 2011

It's been an exciting year in the agri-food sector in Canada. Economic, weather and trade issues have dominated the agricultural headlines. So what lies ahead for the coming year? Here are what the consulting team at Synthesis Agri-Food Network is predicting will be the big trends and issues to watch for in 2011.…

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Added by Synthesis Agri-Food on December 15, 2010 at 11:44am — No Comments

Finding value in carbon footprints and environmental labelling

Synthesis Agri-Food Insights

February, 2010…

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Added by Synthesis Agri-Food on February 24, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments

Building global trade partnerships

Building global trade partnerships



The backbone of many Canadian agriculture commodities is trade. It's what has allowed several sectors to expand and has given us our reputation as a global…
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Added by Synthesis Agri-Food on February 12, 2010 at 8:36am — No Comments

Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

Maintaining local food supply important in times of crisis

For many Ontarians, the sight of the first locally grown asparagus is the beginning of our local food season.

Ontario’s agriculture industry continues to demonstrate its commitment to sustainable food production through the 4R Certification program

As spring seeding quickly approaches and we continue to tackle the challenges associated with COVID-19

Home-grown Support for Niagara Health System - Grape Growers of Ontario Meet the Challenge

Grape Growers of Ontario thank all of the frontline support workers for their dedication and support during these unprecedented times.

Grape Growers of Ontario purchase ventilator for Niagara hospital system

Niagara grape growers have answered the call from the local hospital foundation for help in purchasing critical equipment to treat patients stricken with the potentially deadly COVID-19 virus.

Growing local crops with skilled labour critical during times of crisis

We are also a domestic and international propagator (grower) for the greenhouse business in Canada and of strawberry plants so even if you see strawberries in grocery stores that are labelled product of Georgia, Florida or other US states, the plants likely came from our farm in Ontario.

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