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  • By: Andrew Song
    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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%
    • 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
    • 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.
    • Food, Agriculture and Resource Economics
    • U of Guelph is the host to this department
    • They focus on Poultry, dairy and nutrition building
    • They are a global leader in innovative life sciences and research for environments
    • They focus on food quality and safety
    • 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
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    • 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.
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