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Ontario food processors: access SODP before Dec 22, 2009

Strong Ontario food and beverage processors – particularly those located in communities that have been hardhit by the recent economic downturn – are encouraged to apply to the Southern Ontario Development Program (SODP). SODP’s food and beverage initiative includes a $20 million fund of federal interest-free loans for upgrades, expansions, or modernization of commercial food and beverage production facilities, or fund a strategy to access new markets.



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Posted on December 15, 2009 at 10:18am

$20 million fund good news for Ontario food processors

Minister Goodyear announces investment to support Ontario’s food and beverage processors



The Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) announced a $20 million investment today in Guelph that will allow food and beverage processors operating in Southern Ontario access to funds to expand, modernize, innovate and/or improve their competitiveness.



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Posted on November 10, 2009 at 1:30pm — 3 Comments

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At 9:05pm on January 14, 2010, Steve Twynstra said…
Thanks Lisa! I felt I needed to be a bit candid with this audience....and send a semblance of producer reality. I would LOVE to have a public debate with Eric re loblaws local food purchasing behaviour. I realize they need to stay in biz too but I don't appreciate the spin they attempt with their advertising.

Later......
At 10:35pm on October 29, 2009, Len Kahn said…
Absokutely! Let's have a virtual beer sometime...
 
 
 

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OMHA, EGG FARMERS OF ONTARIO DONATING $10,000 TO FEED STUDENTS – KIDS HELPING KIDS

The Ontario Minor Hockey Association and Egg Farmers of Ontario are together donating $10,000 to Student Nutrition Ontario, a province-wide program that enables students to eat, learn, and succeed.

DFO ANNOUNCES NEW DIGITAL LEARNING PLATFORM AND CELEBRATES WORLD SCHOOL MILK DAY 2020

Sept. 30, 2020, is World School Milk (WSM) Day 2020, a day to recognize the benefit of school milk programs and dairy education to children's health around the world.

NEW CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTS CANADIAN DAIRY SECTOR’S LEADERSHIP IN SUSTAINABLE DAIRY FARMING

Dairy Farmers of Canada’s (DFC) latest marketing campaign is putting real dairy farmers in the spotlight to educate consumers on the rigorous environmental practices behind high-quality Canadian milk. In Hey Dairy Farmer – Online Classroom Edition actual Canadian dairy farmers discuss their sector’s commitment to sustainable dairy farming and preserving our natural resources for generations to come.

Fertilizer Canada releases 2020-2025 Strategic Plan

Fertilizer Canada’s Board of Directors recently approved the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan, which is the result of a widespread consulting process that included meetings with the Board of Directors, the Strategic Planning Steering Committee, Issue Committees, and staff meetings.

Managing Jointing and Non-Jointing Grasses

Grass doesn’t just happen and not all species grow the same way. Understanding how different grass species grow enables producers to make good management decisions that maximize forage production in their hay fields and pastures. Jointing and non-jointing grasses respond differently to cutting, which directly affects productivity and persistence.

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