Canadian Agri Food Trade Alliance

CAFTA is the voice of Canadian agri-food exporters

CAFTA is a coalition of national organizations that support a more open and fair international trading environment for agriculture and agri-food. Representing the 90% of farmers who depend on trade and ranchers, producers, processors and agri-food exporters who want to grow the economy through better access to international markets. This includes the beef, pork, meat, grains, cereals, pulses, soybeans, canola as well as the sugar, malt, and processed food industries. The sectors CAFTA represents support over a million jobs in urban and rural communities across Canada.



CAFTA Announces New Interim Executive Director

Ottawa, ON – February 22, 2023 –The Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance today announced that Adam Taylor will be the new interim Executive Director of CAFTA effective February 20.

“On behalf of CAFTA’s Board of Directors, I am pleased to welcome Adam to our team,” stated CAFTA president Dan Darling. “We … (Read More)

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CAFTA’s Statement on Bill C-282

Ottawa, ON – February 9, 2023 –Dan Darling, President of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA) today issued the statement below regarding the passing of the second reading for Bill C-282 An Act to amend the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Act (supply management).

“CAFTA members, who represent … (Read More)

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Trade Insights: January 2023

In this edition you will find:

CAFTA’s major win for reviewing FTAs Consultations on Trade Negotiations with Ecuador 2023 North American Leader’s Summit.

See document here: Trade Insights_January2023_Final

Note: CAFTA, in partnership with the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) and the Canada Global Affairs Institute, is pleased to invite you … (Read More)

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