Canada is a major global producer and exporter of all major grains and field crops. Canadian crops are known for their high quality, consistency and for being very competitive in world markets.
Foreign food processors and resellers can benefit greatly from the reliability of a direct Canadian supply chain that we can establish together. Contact us to discuss how high quality Canadian agricultural products can become a profitable part of your supply chain.
Pulse Exports Facts: Canada has developed a dominant and respected position as a global leader in the production of pea, bean, lentil and chickpea crops producing approximately 10% of the global pulse crop and now accounts for nearly 40% of the global pulse trade. Canada became the fourth largest exporter of dry beans and the fifth largest exporter of chickpeas in 2005. Over 75% of Canadian pulse production is exported in a typical year.
Potatoes Export Facts: Exports of Canadian high quality potatoes and potato products are estimated at $1.15 billion USD. Canada exports fresh potatoes (table stock and seed potatoes) worth $155 million and processed potatoes (frozen and other) worth $996 million.
Wheat Exports Facts: Wheat is Canada’s largest crop and the single biggest export earner of all our agricultural products. In fact, we’re one of the top three wheat exporters on the planet, and the world’s largest producer of high-protein milling wheat.
Oats Exports Facts: Canada is the world’s largest oat exporter and reached 45-50% of world oat exports in 2009-2010. Canada is the world’s third largest producer of oats next to the European Union (EU) and Russia.
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Canada’s beef herd is built on British and European continental breeds known for their superior meat quality. Some of the more popular beef breeds in Canada are Angus, Hereford, Charolais and Simmental. They are well-known for their ability to produce well-marbled, tender and flavourful beef.
These breeds also perform particularly well in Canada’s temperate climate, which allows producers to raise beef breeds based solely on their ability to produce high quality beef. Competitors in warmer climates have to factor in a breeding trait to resist heat, which significantly affects the quality of the product.
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Beef Export Facts: Canada exports 42% of total beef and cattle produced in Canada. Recent Canadian beef exports were value at $1.33 billion USD. Total world exports are estimated at 8.9 million metric tons and Canada is the 6th largest beef exporter in the world (excluding live cattle exports).
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Canada’s climate is well suited for pork production; our frigidwinter temperatures are inhospitable to hog diseases, and our moderate summers favour improved sow health and productivity. The hallmark of the Canadian pork industry is about quality —with Canadian pork, there’s no compromise when it comes to taste, safety, hygiene and reliability.
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Pork Export Facts: Canada is the world’s third-largest pork exporter, sending more than $2.6 billion USD worth of pork products to more than 100 countries around the globe every year.
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Canada has over 2,600 chicken producers, 543 turkey farmers and 1,300 egg farmers of mostly large scale operations that contribute over $6.5 billion to its Gross Domestic Product. Poultry production and processing are among the most highly mechanized sectors in our agricultural sector, producing a high quality and reliable supply of poultry products.
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Poultry Export Facts: Canada exports over $281 million worth of chicken to countries such as the United States (primarily), Philippines, South Africa, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Canada’s egg exports, worth $52 million, are almost all in the form of processed eggs to countries such as the United States (primarily), Germany and Russia. Canada also exports nearly 22 million kg of turkey meat.
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Canada's vast coastline and inland waterways allow for a large and varied fishing industry consisting of Atlantic and Pacific Ocean fisheries, freshwater fisheries and aquaculture operations. Canada's waters are also abundant in all types of shellfish. Whether fresh, frozen or processed, all of Canada's fishing industry is operated under very high standards ensuring the quality of our export products.
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Export Facts: Canada's 5 top fish and seafood export products in value are Lobster, Snow/Queen Crab, Atlantic Salmon, Shrimp and Scallop of which almost 600,000 metrics tons are exported at a total value of $4.5 Billion USD. Canada is consistently ranked among the top 10 world exporters of fish and seafood in terms of export value.
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Canada has a large processed food industry with a total production value of 93 billion USD. Demographics, time constraints and consumer preference continue to fuel growth in this market segment world wide. Canada is uniquely positioned to take advantage of its extensive agricultural and food production capacity to create processed food options of all sorts that are of high quality and competitively priced.
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Export Facts: Canadian exports of processed food and beverage products stands at $20 billion USD. Canadian processed food and beverage products are exported to 180 countries with 85% of the total going to five main markets: United States (66%), China (8%), Japan (7%), Mexico (2%) and Hong Kong (2%).
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Canada is at the forefront of the farm equipment sector producing ‘intelligent’ farming equipment, including world class air seeders, advanced spraying systems, precision GPS seeding technologies and harvesting machinery.
We can also provide you with a range of farm production supplies such as animal feed and fertilizers among others. The Canadian farm supply sector is closely regulated ensuring a very high standard of quality, safety and effectiveness of all the components that make up the finished products.
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Export Facts: Canada exports around $1.4 billion USD of agricultural machinery to the rest of the world.
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