The Ontario Food Cluster coming to Brazil, USA and Germany in 2015

Ontario Food Cluster delegations are travelling to international tradeshows in Brazil, the USA and Germany this year to attract international investment to Ontario's thriving cluster of 3,200 food and beverage companies that harvest success from within Canada’s largest pool of agri-food talent.

If you would like to meet with an Ontario Food Cluster representative at any of the following tradeshows, please click here to set up an appointment: 

APAS 2015 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – May 4-7

Sweets & Snacks Expo – Chicago, USA – May 19-21

ANUGA 2015 – Cologne, Germany – October 10-14

PLMA Trade Show 2015 – Chicago, USA – November 15-17

Healthier croissants and Danishes, better WOW from smarter drinks and soy-dairy cheese tech on offer from University of Guelph to global agri-businesses

Agri-food companies from 14 countries have spent $24 million over past five years to take advantage of U of G research capability, with Americans and Germans in the lead Whether it’s building a better Danish, expanding the types of ingredients that can be used in the next generation of smart beverages or a new soft-ripened cheese made healthier by soy products, the Ontario Food Cluster is inviting global agri-food firms to set up subsidiaries in Canada’s largest province. As part of Ontario’s 3,200-company, $39 billion agri-food sector, these companies can take advantage of University of Guelph (U of G) research programs that produce partnership and licensing opportunities on innovations like these.

Healthy chocolate? Ontario Food Cluster tastes trade and investment potential with 150,000 global food industry executives at Anuga 2011 in Cologne

The Ontario Food Cluster team at ANUGA 2011“Healthy chocolate” technology an example of commercialization momentum drawing international companies to Ontario’s knowledge-rich food cluster

A week after Forbes Magazine rated Canada as the world’s top country for business, the Ontario Food Cluster is bringing its business investment and innovation message to Anuga 2011 in Cologne, Germany. This includes news of an exciting “healthy chocolate” technology. The Ontario Food Cluster is seeking to attract more agri-food firms outside Canada to join or expand an existing 2,500 food and beverage companies in the country’s largest province.