Value-Added Agriculture

We have more than 40 per cent of Canada’s farmland and direct and sustainable supply-chain certainty for processors. Saskatchewan is the best place to support your value-added agriculture investments.


billion in exported agri-food product sales annually


food processors employing more than 5,000 people


Non-refundable tax credits available for processors

Canola Crushing Plants

Since 2021, major investments in canola crush have exceeded $1 billion and will increase crush capacity by 3 MMT.

World of Opportunity

Don’t settle for quantity over quality – Saskatchewan delivers both. From cooking oils to pasta and from nutritional beverages to cosmetics, our top-quality ingredients are found in products used by people around the world.

A Global Agri-Science Cluster

Our agri-science cluster includes the University of Saskatchewan’s Crop Development Centre, which focuses on plant breeding and pathology as well as improving production and quality of crops.

Growing Science for Life

The Global Institute for Food Security works with a diverse range of partners to discover, develop and deliver innovative solutions for the production of globally sustainable food.

Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre

Saskatchewan has a collaborative and innovative food and ingredient cluster.  The Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre together with related University of Saskatchewan Research Chairs, provide ingredient processors and food product developers with innovative and industry responsive support. Our Province’s Plan for growing the processing industry is a priority supported by programs for innovation and investment.

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