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Watch our video on food labelling in Europe. Our in-market expert provides information on key European Union (EU) food labelling regulations, mandatory requirements and differences from Canada's guidelines.
Watch our video on food trends in Europe. Discover key EU marketplace trends to tailor your Canadian agri-food exports to European consumer needs.
Watch our video on how to find opportunities in India. India is the second-most populous country in the world with 1.3 billion people. Three hundred and sixty-one million of that are middle class people and by 2025, India will be third largest economy in the world.
Watch our video on how to find opportunities in Mexico. Mexico is the world’s seventh largest importer of agriculture, food, and seafood products and Canada is their second largest supplier. Changing lifestyles have influenced both purchasing power and buying habits in Mexico, making way for new opportunities for Canadian companies.
Watch agri-food trade commissioners at your service and learn how your company or organization can benefit from export advice and guidance to help you achieve your international business goals.
Watch our video on how to find opportunities in Japan. Canada is Japan's fourth largest supplier of agriculture, food, and seafood products. Japanese consumers are renowned for placing importance on food that is both safe and of high-quality, and they perceive Canada as a country that produces food with these characteristics.
Watch our video on how to find opportunities in China. China, whose population was 1.36 billion in 2015, is the third largest agri-food importer in the world, with Canada being the fourth biggest supplier of agri-food products.
Watch our video on how to find opportunities in South Korea. South Korea is a major economy in the world and a key trading partner for Canada. The major opportunity for Canadian businesses is the recently implemented Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement whereby over 97% of agricultural export duties have been eliminated.
Watch our video on how to find opportunites in Europe. The European Union made up over 18% of global agri-food and seafood imports in 2013, and its demand has been rapidly growing over the last decade.
Watch our video on how to be successful in Europe. The European Union constitutes approximately 7% of the world's population, with 28 member nations and a plethora of ethnicities and consumer tastes; it is one of the most diverse markets.
Watch our market snapshot on fish and seafood in the European Union (EU). Now is the time to start building your business in the EU. Once the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) enters into force over 95% of our fish and seafood products will be tariff free when they enter the EU.
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