Alberta has a rich agricultural history that has been passed down from generation to generation. Farming is a way of life that is an essential part of Alberta’s economy and culture, and the food we produce here has a global reputation for safety and the very best quality.
We are famous for our beef, our golden fields of wheat, our barley and canola, and for the spirit of innovation that has been part of our success from the beginning.
In a world where nearly one billion people go to bed hungry every day, Alberta’s farmers and ranchers are feeding not just Alberta families, but people across the globe. The past few years of record-setting highs in food and beverage manufacturing have put the spotlight on the innovation and resilience of our producers and processors, highlighting the enormous potential for Alberta’s food industry.
That is why I’m proud to introduce the redesigned Alberta Agriculture and Agri-Food Products and Services Export Catalogue. This online, interactive catalogue features some of the agriculture products and services that the province exports internationally. The catalogue connects international importers, distributors and buyers located outside Canada with sellers in Alberta.
Whether you are an Alberta-based producer exporting products or an international buyer, our goal is to foster new relationships both nationally and internationally that will get our products to market and guide us to a brighter economic future.
For more information, visit Alberta Agri-Food Products and Services Export Catalogue.
Nate Horner served as Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development from November 5, 2021 to October 24, 2022.