Agri-food think tank calls for national food strategy to coordinate innovation in Canadian agriculture
By Mika RekaiApr. 20, 2012
The marketplace is becoming more demanding and innovation is becoming tougher, says David McInnes, president and CEO of CAPI.
If Canada’s agriculture industry is going to innovate, the federal government needs to create a national food strategy, says David McInnes, president and CEO of the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI).
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