Canada is internationally recognized for safe, high-quality agriculture and food products. Our goal is to make Canada's reputation as a leader in food safety and environmental standards a benchmark for the world. Our Agri-Food Trade Service provides access to market information, trade counseling and export support activities.
Learn about how Canada advances its agriculture trade policy objectives through the WTO agriculture negotiations, regional/bilateral negotiations and dispute settlement.
Canada and Canadians already have a positive image around the world. Branding Canada's tools, information and graphics based on solid research can help leverage that image to promote and sell more Canadian food and agriculture products in international markets.
Access market information, trade counseling and export support activities that help businesses from the initial export enquiry to the international market.
A national livestock traceability system is an important tool to address animal health or food recall incidents, and a growing prerequisite for competing internationally with other livestock producing countries.
Offers a wealth of information on the Canadian seafood industry. From atlases showing where species are harvested or farmed to fact sheets on major species to a searchable Supplier Database, buyers will find all the information needed to source high quality fish and seafood from Canada.
Discover the range of agri-food products and identify suppliers by browsing our library of hundreds of market research reports and searching our extensive supplier directories.
The Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Market Access Secretariat is an initiative to enhance Canada's agricultural market access capabilities.
Invest in success; invest in Canadian agriculture and agri-food products. Discover all that the Canadian agriculture and agri-food market has to offer.
Value chain roundtables bring together leaders from all points along the value chain - retailers, producers, processors, exporters and others - to build a shared understanding of their competitive position, create consensus on how to improve it, and put plans into action.