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Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
Food and Beverage Cluster
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Food and Beverage Cluster

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  • 1. By: Andrew Song
  • 2.
    • The Food & Beverage sector is growing very quickly  in terms of competitive pressures and business opportunities.
    • Using natural resources in agriculture, manufacturing, distribution, retail and disposal.
    • Developing nutritious products  and marketing them responsibly are just some of the issues that have become critical business issues for the sector
  • 3.
    • The Food & Beverage sector is growing very quickly  in terms of competitive pressures and business opportunities.
    • Using natural resources sustainably in agriculture, manufacturing, distribution, retail and disposal.
  • 4.
    • Meat 18%
    • Bakery 28%
    • Tobacco 1%
    • Seafood 1%
    • Animal Foods 2%
    • Grains and Seeds 3%
    • Dairy 6%
    • Fruits and Veg Presentation 7%
    • Confectionery 10%
    • Beverages12%
    • Other12%
  • 5.
    • TFBI is a non-profit organization that supports small entrepreneurs interested in starting a new food company.
    • It allows new innovative products to be introduced in to the local market. This allows young entrepreneurs to stay on top of industry and practise the best methods of food production
  • 6.
    • Agri-food companies looking for cutting-edge solutions in food technology are turning to the Guelph Food Technology Centre
    • Assists entrepreneurs improve their competitiveness and profitability
    • They help them develop new products, design new processes, train their staff, and implement safety and quality systems in their facilities.
  • 7.
    • Food, Agriculture and Resource Economics
    • U of Guelph is the host to this department
    • They focus on Poultry, dairy and nutrition building
  • 8.
    • They are a global leader in innovative life sciences and research for environments
    • They focus on food quality and safety
  • 9.
    • The Ontario Food Terminal is a very attractive market not just in the Toronto, but on a larger scale going across Canada
    • One of the five largest produce markets in North America
  • 10.  
  • 11.
    • Offer educational programs and market development missions to help Canadian companies export.
    • The Mentorship Program provides information, guidance, reassurance and support to help improve the quality in the learning process.
  • 12.  

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