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Celebrate the food we eat today

BUT DON’T FORGET ABOUT TOMORROW it’s not a national holiday, but Food Freedom Day is something Canadians should be aware of. February 12 marks the day when the average Canadian will have earned enough income [Read more]

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Giving grain a facelift

JOHN ROWSELL AND HIS TEAM ARE WORKING TO MAKE ONTARIO’S GRAIN INDUSTRY MORE PROFITABLE “we want to keep Ontario’s grain industry vibrant,” says John Rowsell, project lead for SMART spring cereals and head of northern [Read more]

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IP soybean outlook

A LOOK AHEAD TO THE 2011 MARKET; WHAT CAN GROWERS EXPECT TO SEE AND WHAT SHOULD THEY WATCH FOR? as we ring in the New Year most farmers aren’t thinking about making resolutions, but they [Read more]

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Help wanted

EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING INITIATIVE TO CREATE A PROMISING FUTURE FOR THE FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY as farmers, we know we don’t get the recognition deserved each time consumers fill up their dinner plates, but we aren’t [Read more]

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Growing the right grain

RESEARCHERS, WHEAT BREEDERS AND PROCESSORS HAVE TEAMED UP TO FIND A WAY TO MAKE WHOLE WHEAT MORE APPEALING TO CUSTOMERS healthy and whole wheat are two terms often used interchangeably with consumers these days. The [Read more]

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An organic approach to growing corn

TAKING ADVANTAGE OF A SPECIALIZED NICHE MARKET paul campbell says he’s never looked back since he switched from conventional to organic farming. Formerly a conventional farmer for twenty-five years, he now calls himself an organic [Read more]