The value of engaging the entire wheat chain
When the Canadian Wheat Research Priorities task group convened in 2019 to begin the consultative process that would create the 2020-2022 priorities, they purposely invited representatives along the entire wheat value chain from across Canada.
Winnipeg, December 9, 2020 – Today, on behalf of the entire value chain, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Cereals Canada released updated wheat research priorities through to 2022.
Winnipeg, MB – November 21, 2020 – Cereals Canada applauds the completion of negotiations for the Canada-United Kingdom Trade Continuity Agreement, announced today by Minister Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade.
Winnipeg, MB – August 17, 2020 –Cereals Canada announced today the appointment of its senior leadership team. Effective August 17, Dean Dias will lead the organization as Chief Executive Officer, with Cam Dahl serving as Chief Strategy Officer.
Innovation is a competitive advantage for Canadian farmers. It is through ongoing innovation that Canadian wheat exports will compete with the likes of the Black Sea. In the period of 2015-2018, Canada has consistently been in the top 10 wheat producing countries in the world and within the top 5 wheat exporting countries in the world. Focusing on innovations by increasing wheat yield while maintaining or exceeding our country’s reliability in yield, sustainability, food safety and quality will help to maintain, or ideally advance, Canada’s position in a competitive global wheat market.
Cereals Canada is a national, not-for-profit organization that brings a broad and diverse collaboration of partners from all sectors of the cereals value chain.
News Releases & Policies
This section contains the latest news releases from Cereals Canada, as well as a library of our policy documents. Check back on a regular basis to find out what’s going on at Cereals Canada and what’s new within the cereals industry in general.
About Cereals Canada
The cereals sector in Canada is currently undergoing a time of transition. Traditionally the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) had filled the role of industry coordinator for many issues like market development and research direction.
Cereals Corner is a monthly editorial from our President, Cam Dahl. Find out what’s on the mind of the President in regards to the latest news in the cereals industry in Canada and abroad.