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Canada: Governments investing up to $8 million in Ontario’s dairy processing sector

Published Jan 18, 2024

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The Canadian and Ontario governments are investing up to $8 million through the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership to enhance food safety and processing efficiencies in the province's dairy sector. Eligible dairy businesses can apply for funding through the Dairy Processing Modernization Initiative to acquire modern technologies and receive up to $200,000 in cost-share support. This initiative is part of a larger $3.5 billion investment over five years to strengthen competitiveness, innovation, and resiliency in the agriculture and agri-food sector.
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TORONTO — The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing up to $8 million, through the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (Sustainable CAP), to create or increase processing efficiencies and enhance food safety in the province’s dairy processing sector. “Ontario’s dairy processors work tirelessly to ensure their products meet the highest standards for quality and safety,” said the Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, federal Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food. “Through this $8 million shared investment under Sustainable CAP, processors will be able to access the technology they need to continue to grow and improve their efficiency.” Eligible dairy businesses are invited to apply for funding through the Dairy Processing Modernization Initiative to acquire modern technologies that increase production efficiency and ensure food safety in their facilities. Cost-share support through this initiative can be used to help cover the purchase and installation of new or ...
Source: Ontario
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