Food Beverage Canada, was founded in 1994 with a mandate to unite the international marketing efforts of the food processing industry, to assist companies in their efforts to become export ready and export capable, and to ultimately increase export sales. FBC is committed to developing and providing a comprehensive set of programs that fit particular needs and varying levels of export experience. Our programs are designed to be focused, relevant, user-friendly, and result oriented.
Working closely with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, our provincial food processing association members, provincial partners, and parallel associations, we are able to provide a growing range of programs and services to help you reach your goals. Whether you’re just starting out or are an experienced exporter our programs can help you enter the export arena for the first time, expand your export markets, or solidify your presence in a current market.
Export development and promotion programs offered by FBC are cost shared through funding received from the AgriMarketing Program administered by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Our highly successful Market Technology Program (MTP) has now come to an end; it is replaced by a similar program called ATIP. The Alberta Technology Innovation Program (ATIP) is cost shared through funding received from the Advancing Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food Program (ACAAF).
Food Beverage Canada appreciates the continued support of our funding partners for our program initiatives.