The Canadian Food Innovation Network (CFIN) provides between $20K – $200K in grants to fund project costs in the food and beverage industry.
The CFIN FoodTech Next provides funding to early-stage Canadian tech firms who seek to be part of, or sell to, the wider food industry.
The Canadian Food Innovation Network (CFIN) has invested $3M in five Canadian food companies for food innovation.
The Food Waste Reduction Challenge is now accepting applicants for the Novel Technologies funding streams. These programs aim to reduce food waste and create new projects from them.
Through the Early Adopters Stream of the Agri-Tech Innovation Cost-Share Program, Ontario farm and processor businesses can receive up to 35% to a maximum of $100,000 per eligible costs on a relevant COVID-19 safety project with a value of at least $150,000.
With $101.4 billion in total spending, the new Canadian Federal Budget 2021 promises a strong recovery and growth for all Canadians by overcoming COVID-19, creating a million new jobs, and advancing cleantech innovation to combat climate change.
The Ontario provincial government has created its 2021 Budget, with $23.3B in spending towards COVID-19 business support and new grants, wage subsidies, and no-interest loans available.
Update: The Food and Beverage Ontario’s Co-Packer program is now closed. Please refer to the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs’ Co-packers page for co-packer resources. Early-stage food and beverage companies typically lack the resources needed to purchase production space. If this is the case for your Ontario-based startup or SME, consider using a co-packer…
Today, approximately 3,800 Ontario food and beverage processing companies provide crucial resources to both local and international consumers. The province continues to be an ideal location for business owners in the food and beverage industry based on access to natural resources, innovation, and skilled labour. In 2016, Ontario’s agriculture sector increased its total output by…
The food and beverage industry is evolving, and Microsoft wants to make sure that Canadian small businesses are not left behind in the shift. On June 23, 2015, Microsoft and Dynamics Foodware will be holding a round table forum at Microsoft’s head offices which brings together business executives and industry leaders to discuss everything you…