Sask Wheat joins Cereals Canada
WINNIPEG, Friday, June 22, 2018 – Cereals Canada and the Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission (Sask Wheat) are pleased to announce that Sask Wheat is the newest member of Cereals Canada.
Cam Dahl, President of Cereals Canada stated, "Canadian agriculture is facing a rise in protectionism around the world. Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission's membership in Cereals Canada makes the value chain stronger and better able to manage the head winds we face today".
“Sask Wheat is looking forward to working with Cereals Canada and strengthening the collaborations with our industry partners across the Prairies and across Canada,” says Laura Reiter, Sask Wheat Chair. “There are several key issues across the world that will be impacting wheat markets, from NAFTA, to CPTPP to the country of origin labelling requirements in Italy. We will combine our resources on these and other issues for Saskatchewan’s wheat farmers.”
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About Cereals Canada
Cereals Canada brings together a broad and diverse collaboration of partners from all sectors of the cereals value chain to work together to enhance the domestic and international competitiveness of all parts of the industry. For more information please visit www.cerealscanada.ca
About Sask Wheat
Sask Wheat is a producer-led organization established to grow the province’s wheat industry. Sask Wheat’s mission is to provide leadership in identifying and supporting research, market development and advocacy that contributes to proﬁtable and sustainable wheat production for Saskatchewan farmers. For more information, please visit saskwheat.ca.
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