Find out why Agrocorp Processing, a global company headquartered in Singapore, decided to locate two agri-food processing plants in Saskatchewan — the pea and lentil capital of North America.
Find out how CanMar Foods, the largest processor of food-grade flax in Canada, benefits from operating in Saskatchewan
Prairie Tide is making unique products from Saskatchewan crops. Research centres, crop diversity, traceability and easy access to markets are contributing to their success.
The province is a global pioneer in this respect, developing new uses for pea protein and creating innovative products for the plant-based food sector.
Our new, flexible Saskatchewan Value-Added Agriculture Incentive (SVAI) is designed to help you grow your business. Ready to take advantage of the agri-value opportunities in Saskatchewan? Read our report about the SVAI and other agri-value incentives.
Saskatchewan has the best returns on labour investment among all provinces in value-added agriculture.
Over half of all employees in the province have post-secondary education or training.
Historic ties to agriculture create a passionate and experienced value-added agriculture workforce.
We have one of Canada’s lowest manufacturing and processing corporate income tax rate, as well as targeted incentives.
The Saskatchewan Value-Added Agriculture Incentive offers a 15% tax credit on capital investments for valued-added agriculture facilities in the province.
The Saskatchewan Commercial Innovation Incentive (Patent Box) is the first of its kind in North America.