Practical Guide to Value Chains in Canada

In Canada, most companies in the agri-food industry perform only a fraction of the 200-300 activities required to produce, market and deliver a product. In order to develop a sustainable, competitive advantage, many organizations enter into both formal and informal associations with a number of related or associated companies who mutually support each other in trying to deliver a product or service to an end-user while making a profit along the way. This alliance is called a value chain.

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For more information on this and all Saskatchewan Grocery Retail and Foodservice Value Chain Initiative programs and events, contact:

Bryan Kosteroski
Value Chain Specialist
Office: (306) 975-6851
Email: click here


News Release: Value chain guide gives Canadian producers and processors an advantage