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        THE CAPI PROCESSED FOOD SECTOR RESEARCH PROGRAM

PHASE 1:
Diagnosis

1a. Diagnosing the trade deficit
1b. Reasons for the trade deficit
2. Explaining the trade deficit
3a. Food manufacturing performance
3b. Plant openings, closings & investments

PHASE 2:
Inspiring practices

4a. Case studies on success traits: Cross-case analysis
4b. Cross-case analysis
5. Consumers and markets
6. Innovation insights

PHASE 3:
Competitive advantage

7. Conclusions
8. Implications for policy & strategy

Financial Contributors,
In-Kind Contributors and Partners

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  PROJECT 1: DIAGNOSING THE TRADE DEFICIT

Overview

The Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) is providing a detailed view of the trade performance of Canada's processed food sector.

TRADE BALANCE
$ billions
intro
Next (trade data) Project 1 PDF

Research program advisory team


Ted Bilyea
CAPI

Bob Seguin
George Morris Centre

Susie Miller,
Denyse Landry

Agriculture and
Agri-Food Canada

Douglas Hedley

Munir Sheikh
Queen's University

Anne Couillard
Statistics Canada

Patrick Hurens,
Sylvie Verdun

Industry Canada

Shelley Thompson
(Researcher)
SJT Solutions

David McInnes,
Daniel Yeon

CAPI

 

While our analysis will be forthcoming, your input may help us better understand what is happening and why. As our analysis unfolds, we will identify what may be common key drivers of change. This will be important to our further work as part of this research program into the state and prospects of Canada's processed food sector.

The data have been prepared by Shelley Thompson, SJT Solutions. CAPI is grateful to Industry Canada, which sponsored this particular project, and to the project's Advisory Team for its guidance.


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We need your feedback, your ideas, and your support.



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