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Maple syrup is one Canadian food product that stands to gain from the CETA deal but foods made from genetically modified ingredients or meat produced with growth hormones will be shunned.

CETA will open new market opportunities for Canadian food and beverage products

Glacier FarmMedia Special Report: But industry observers say the sector is too inwardly focused and may not be willing to take the risk

Our March 31, 2016 issue marks the third and final instalment in a series of Special Reports prepared by Glacier FarmMedia reporters on how the Comprehensive Trade and Economic Agreement (CETA) between Canada and Europe will affect Canadian food producers and processors. With a consumer base of more than 500 million people and annual economic

European consumers prefer natural and easy-to-understand labelling

Sustainability image continues to be big issue for EU government

Companies that are considering exporting to the European Union must first get to know their customers. Although similar to Canadian consumers in many ways, there are significant differences among European consumers that could make or break a product in the sophisticated, mature European Union marketplace. Alan Rownan, analyst at Euromonitor International, said European consumers continue