The Canadian Food Innovation Network (CFIN) provides between $20K – $200K in grants to fund project costs in the food and beverage industry.
British Columbia has announced its SCAP funding under the Food Processing Growth Fund (FPG) with a total $20 million over three years to provide eligible businesses with $50,000 to $1 million in funding for infrastructure, equipment, and/or training projects.
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The Responsive Advancement for Meat Processing (RAMP) program is providing funding for Agribusinesses by covering up to 75% of eligible project costs.
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The Poultry Biosecurity Preparedness Initiative (PBPI) supports poultry businesses in Ontario looking to improve food security.
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 Matching Investment Fund offers significant opportunities to Canadian dairy businesses to improve their products and business operations.
The Canadian Food Innovation Network (CFIN) has released a new challenge funding projects for innovative solutions to plastics-use.
The Canadian Food Innovation Network (CFIN) has invested $3M in five Canadian food companies for food innovation.