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Tour of Ontario’s Agricultural Businesses and Research and Development Sectors Sparks interest in Global Collaboration

Hamilton, ON, Victoria Italiano

On June 12th 2012, a group of Chinese delegates were led by the Canada-China Agriculture Center (CCAgr) on a one day business adventure to open up the door to even more possibilities of various commerce opportunities between Canada and China in the agri-food and agricultural business sector.

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The delegates first experienced a tour of the Ontario Food Terminal, led by Ian MacKenzie, President of Ontario’s Produce Marketing Association. Mr. MacKenzie provided the delegates with invaluable information regarding the efficiency and safety of product distribution in Canada. China’s fast growing economy has been and continues to be faced with many food safety issues, which leads many Chinese business owners to learn different methods of resourceful product distribution means and the maintenance of food safety.  The delegates were greatly impressed with the presentation that was given, and were left with a great impression of Canada’s high standard of distribution efficiency, and food security.  

The delegates were then greeted by representatives from the Ontario Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Caitlin Kelly and Anne Marie Diotte. They were given a fantastic presentation, full of valued information pertaining to the continued business opportunity between Canadian and Chinese agriculture exchange, and agriculture research and development cooperation.

University of Guelph Vice Presidents of Research, Dr. Kevin Hall, Dr. John Livernois and Dr. Beverly Hale, introduced the delegates to the University and gave a great presentation regarding the University, its history and research and development department.  The delegates were given the opportunity to gain insight into the future opportunities for collaboration between Canada and China on various projects, especially in the field of research and development.

After a day of educational presentations and future collaboration discussion with the above companies, CCAgr concluded with a presentation regarding potential business ventures in the Canadian Wine industry, organic foods and high quality beef. There are many importing and investment opportunities for China through Canada’s high quality agricultural industry, and varied selection of agi-food products that CCAgr is eager to introduce to the Chinese market.

As a result of this tour, the Chinese delegates were given the great opportunity to recognize potential business partnership between Canadian and Chinese agricultural organizations in terms of business investment, research and development and trade. The Canadian representatives gave fantastic presentations which conveyed a very lasting impression to the Chinese delegates; this presentation motivated them to begin global business cooperation.

“We are very proud to use our knowledge, experience and skills to establish and maintain long-lasting business relation between Canada and China, ” says Youming Zhao, President of the Canada-China Agriculture and Food Development Exchange Center, “We will continue to promote the Canadian agricultural industry with pride, and make supporting international business relation our number one goal.”



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