The wealth of natural resources, biodiversity, and wide open spaces found on the Canadian Prairies provide the perfect place to grow the world’s highest quality organic grains. A long history of Canadian organic production has resulted in a wealth of knowledge, a strong community of experts, and lasting traditions that produce exceptional products.
Canada Organic Trade Association’s market strategy promotes exports of Canadian organic products in a quickly-expanding global organic market. Learn how they can help you export!
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Exporting creates new markets and opportunities for your business, but requires a strategic approach and a great deal of planning.
Know the market! Export development specialists can provide information on key considerations and market intelligence related to your product.
Government of Canada
Practical insight gathered from Trade Commissioners around the world who support thousands of Canadian companies to export successfully.
This comprehensive handbook will assist you with varying levels of export experience to develop and implement your United States strategy.
Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture
This comprehensive handbook will assist you with varying levels of export experience to develop/refresh and implement your United States strategy.
There are many costs associated with entering a foreign market. Make sure you are aware of these costs as they will impact your final price and also bottom line.
A certificate of free sale is a document required in certain countries or for certain commodities, certifying that the specified imported goods are normally and freely sold in the exporting country’s open markets and are approved for export.
Equivalency arrangements are trade agreements made with other countries. Click here to check out the organic equivalency arrangements that exist currently.