Overview

We’re gathering feedback on the development of a Made in Alberta, by Albertans label that will help shoppers quickly identify products made in our province, and support local businesses in Alberta’s economic recovery.

Most provinces in Canada, except Alberta, have voluntary food labelling programs that help consumers easily identify locally produced, processed, and manufactured products. With the help of Albertans and stakeholders, we can develop a recognized voluntary label with consistent standards applied to all Alberta-made products.

Feedback will be collected on how to implement the voluntary labelling program, including criteria for using the label.

Timeline

  • Open

    Survey open from January 10 to February 19, 2022

  • Results under review

  • Completed

Who is listening

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development

Get involved

Public survey

Albertans are invited to provide their feedback until February 19 on the proposed voluntary label and how it would impact their purchasing habits.

Take the survey

Stakeholder survey

Alberta producers, processors, manufacturers, and industry organizations are invited to provide feedback until February 19 on the proposed voluntary label and how it would work for their businesses.

Take the survey

Stakeholder virtual sessions

Stakeholders will be invited to participate in virtual discussions on how the new voluntary labelling program will be implemented.

Outcomes

Consultations with industry stakeholders and consumers will help finalize the implementation of the proposed label.

Contact

Ag-Info Centre: 310-FARM (3276)
Toll free: 310-0000 before the phone number (in Alberta)
Email: [email protected]

 

 

Last updated: January 10, 2022