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Industrial Bioproducts Value Chain Roundtable

Bioproducts provide an opportunity to transform agricultural crops and non-food biomass (for example, straw, flax and hemp stems, purpose-grown crops) into high-value products such as bio-based chemicals, biomaterials, biofuels, and bioenergy. Bioproducts support innovation and enhance the competitiveness of Canadian farmers, help address environmental issues and reduce Canada's overall greenhouse gas footprint, and create clean jobs across the Canadian economy in research and development, agriculture, and value-added manufacturing.

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Inventory, Case Studies & Recommendations: Agricultural Industrial Bioproducts Clusters

This report identified international best practices for creating agricultural biomass supply chain clusters and used them as a model for forming regional biomass supply chain clusters in Canada.
Author: The Agricola Group – Strategy and Communications
Date: June 2015

Roundtable research reports are available by special request by writing to: aafc.roundtable-tableronde.aac@canada.ca. The Industry Engagement Division reserves the right to withhold documents that contain sensitive or proprietary information.

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