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The annual Alberta Agriculture and Food Products and Services catalogue features products and services that Alberta exports internationally. The Export Catalogue is designed specifically for importers, distributors and buyers located outside of Canada.
How to update your information
Exporters can submit product or company information or corrections year-round. Complete one of these 2 forms:
- New Listing Application – Food, ingredients and health products (DOCX, 34 KB)
- New Listing Application – Non-food (DOCX, 55 KB)
Then submit completed your form to: [email protected]
Alberta’s Agricultural Processing Industry Directory
This is the most comprehensive, up-to-date directory of Alberta’s food processing industry and its supporting associations. The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development, government agencies and business communities use it as a quick reference for:
- developing programming
- finding current company information
- making new connections between businesses
The directory is divided into 5 sections:
- Alberta’s Agricultural Processing Industry Overview
- Alberta Product Index
- Alberta’s Agricultural Processing Companies
- Industry Organizations
- Company Location Index
View the directory online or download in 3 formats:
How to update your information
Send requests for directory corrections or additions to:
Resources for manufacturers
Directory of Services for Agri-Processors and Producers
This online directory of Services for Agri-Processors and Producers provides Alberta's agricultural processors with a comprehensive database of:
- food distribution channels
- other service providers
Listings include detailed contact information and available services.
Business Assessment and Action Tool (BAAT)
The Business Assessment and Action Tool (BAAT) was created to help companies become aware of their largest opportunities for growth, and help them prioritize the areas of their business that need to be addressed first. The tool compares how a business is performing relative to best practice in the industry. There are ten key business areas of assessment:
- Strategy and Leadership
- Operations and Process Improvement
- Supply Chain Management
- Enterprise Risk Management
- Financial Management
- Human Resources
- Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
- Marketing and Sales
Business Model Canvas
The Business Model Canvas is a strategic management tool used by businesses to describe, design, challenge and pivot new and existing business models. Contact our team for information and resources on the Canvas.
For information and resources
For information on the BAAT and Business Model Canvas tools:
Email: [email protected]
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