Canadian Food Focus, Farm & Food Care’s national consumer brand, partnered with the Canadian Culinary Federation at their 60th Anniversary Conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Meals From the Farm program Meals From the Farm returned to Saskatchewan on June 1 this year. This joint initiative between Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan and Agriculture in the …
FarmPhotos.ca, a place to find free photos of Canadian agriculture. FarmPhotos.ca opens the barn door and allows access to images of typical, contemporary Canadian farms.
In partnership with Indigenous chefs and cooks, Canadian Food Focus aims to showcase traditional foods from Indigenous cultures.
Farm & Food Care’s mission is to build public trust in farming and food. There are three such organizations in Canada: one in Prince Edward Island, one in Ontario and one in Saskatchewan. All three work to answer consumer questions and increase confidence in our food system and understanding of how farmers grow food.
Consumers in this country have increasingly been discussing sustainable production practices when it comes to the food industry. In a proactive approach, the food industry has joined forces with 126 different participants to establish the National Index on Agri-Food Performance.
On February 14 and 15, 2023, over 150 leaders in agriculture came together to learn and share strategies for communicating with non-farming consumers.
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan is pleased to recognize Alanna Koch as our champion for 2022.
Ask a Farmer podcast comes directly from Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan’s consumer brand—Canadian Food Focus—featuring host and Saskatchewan grain and egg farmer Clinton Monchuk.
A new series of videos follow a Saskatchewan farm family that is now in the sixth generation of growing crops, cattle and eggs.
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan (FFCS SK) is incredibly proud to salute Dorothy Long on the announcement of her induction into the Saskatchewan Agriculture Hall of Fame.
Canadian Food Focus, a national consumer outreach program to tell Canadian food and farming stories, explore how food is grown and raised, share recipes, and provide advice to help people make confident food choices.
Don’t miss the conference that brings people together from across the agricultural spectrum and provides excellent opportunities for ag leaders to learn and share strategies for communicating with non-farming consumers! …
Canadian Western Agribition is Canada’s largest livestock show and welcomes over 100,000 attendees to Regina over a week in late November each year. Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan was pleased to team up with Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan to host an exhibit at Agribition this fall.
Every year the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity performs a survey about Canadians’ trust in our food system. It is not surprising that the cost of food seems to be on everyone’s mind as we head through a period of elevated inflation.
Our #CelebrateAg Month theme year was #MealsFromtheFarm, which encouraged people to celebrate the great food produced by Saskatchewan farmers, highlighted meals shared out in the field at harvest time, and promoted sharing meals with others in the community.
An article in the University of Saskatchewan’s Agknowledge publication explores Clinton Monchuk’s passion for speaking for agriculture. The piece by Joanne Paulsen suggests that it seems inevitable, looking back, that …
Saskatchewan farmers give back to the community by helping organizations who help those in need.