CAPI’s work is a team effort for gauging the pulse of the agri-food industry

WhyResearch. Collaborate. Elevate.

We are the place for agri-food leaders to come together, share insights and advance ideas on emerging agri-food issues facing this important sector. By providing a safe place for dialogue, source material and education for all stakeholders, we are helping to ensure growth and prosperity in the industry for generations to come.


We provide a neutral place to hold dialogues and generate perspectives among leaders across the food system.


Through a partnership-oriented approach, we facilitate comprehensive research and frank dialogue.


CAPI’s focus is on long term issues and consequences that could potentially have adverse or positive implications for the agri-food sector.

WhoFrom Strength To Strength

CAPI works with public and private partners to advance policy solutions that enable agriculture and the food value-chain to meet the growing needs of consumers in Canada and around the world through a more resilient, sustainable, productive, competitive, and profitable food system. CAPI seeks partnerships from organizations who contribute to this goal.

For more information about CAPI’s partnership options, please contact Bree Jones, Director of Fund Development


The Canadian Agri-Food Foundation (CAFF) is a registered charitable organization incorporated under the laws of Canada. CAFF is governed and run by a four-person voluntary Board of Directors. It operates at arms-length and independent from the structure and authority of the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI), a not-for-profit organization.  Directors are in support of the goals, objectives and policies of CAPI.

The objective of the Foundation is to promote excellence in the agriculture and agri-food industry in Canada for the benefit of the public by conducting research on best practices related to the agriculture and agri-food industry and disseminating the results of the research to the public, industry stakeholders, the policy research community and the federal and provincial governments and in particular by:

  • conducting research and sharing results on existing and emerging issues in the agricultural sector;
  • developing and assessing balanced, unbiased alternative to issues in the agricultural sector; and
  • providing industry stakeholders advice and a third-party perspective when agricultural policy decisions are made.

Support CAFF – You can make a difference. Consider becoming a partner or supporter of our work through the Canadian Agri-Food Foundation, a registered charity. Your commitment is vital as it is urgent to intensify our efforts as agriculture and agri-food can be essential solution providers for the economy, environment, health, food and global security but creative policy changes are essential.

To get involved please email Bree Jones, Director of Fund Development

The Canadian Agri-Food Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals.

Charitable Registration BN: 721920916RR0001.