Recent events show there's no entitlement to the continued prosperity of our agri-food value chain, which should spur Canadian agri-food to think differently about new and old problems in the sector.
The Canadian agri-food industry is facing massive challenges. New problems continue to pop up, and old ones persist. Without a change in how we do things, we'll never achieve our full potential, writes Stanford Blade. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
“Agriculture is a legacy industry.”
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