food and beverage
located in urban and rural
communities across Canada.
Michael Burrows, Co-Chair, FBC-ABC & CEO, Maple Lodge Farms
Progressive. Collaborative. Transparent.
COVID-19 Concerns. Do you have a question regarding your business?
FBC-ABC with food and beverage manufacturing industry associations across Canada are appealing to provincial ministers to raise the serious issue of a much needed Canadian Grocery Code of Conduct at the next FPT Agriculture Ministers’ meeting. Read more here: British Columbia Alberta Manitoba Ontario Québec New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Newfoundland and LabradorRead More →
The Federal Government’s Throne Speech delivered by Governor General Julie Payette on September 23rd provided insight on Prime Minister Trudeau’s priorities for COVID-19 recovery. While focused on many important health and social policy priorities, it is decidedly light on industrial policy or economic stimulus.Read More →
Food and beverage (F&B) manufacturers are at the center of Canada’s food supply. F&B is the largest manufacturing sector in Canada. Few Canadian agriculture products make it to Canada’s grocery shelves without first being transformed by one of this sector’s 7,000+ companies. Read the recommendations in our pre-budget submission to the federal government here.Read More →
Arbitrary Fees Imposed by Large Grocery Retailers Will Cost Canadian Consumers and Impact Canada’s Food Security
(Ottawa) August 6th, 2020 – The latest round of fees introduced by large grocery retailers on their suppliers has attracted coverage in the news media over the past weekRead More →
FBC-ABC is pleased to be part of a Canadian manufacturing group led by CMC that has united on a number of recommendations for the Prime Minister that will assist businesses and the economy emerge from COVID-19.Read More →
Since the start of COVID-19, front-line food and beverage workers have continued to work, with little public recognition, so that Canadians can continue to eat. So critical are these workers that provincial and federal governments have recognized them as essential.Read More →