Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan works to build trust in food production in our province and beyond. Read on for more details about the work we’re doing to engage with consumers and industry.
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan was pleased to host 170 registrants at its annual Cultivating Trust conference held in Saskatoon and online on November 18.
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan announced today at their annual Cultivating Trust Conference that the winner of the 2021 Champion Award is Dr. Stuart Smyth.
Pass the word to your friends and colleagues. And don’t forget to vote on your favourite photos from all those entered!
Saskatchewan residents can watch for their copy on October 7 in The Regina Leader-Post, The Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Saskatoon Bridges magazine.
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan is excited to announce their lineup of speakers for the Cultivating Trust annual conference on November 18, 2021.
As with any difficult situation, it’s best to de-escalate and respond with understanding and transparency wherever possible, rather than lashing out.
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan is leading a unique collaboration that will provide free meals to about 900 students and teachers in the province.
Food industry specialist Scott McDeivitte from Gordon Food Services recently joined Farm & Food Care for a discussion about how Canada’s food system has adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gordon Food Services is a 126-year old, family-owned food service distributor with annual sales in the range of $20 billion. “It was catastrophic,” McDeivitte said of …
Every farmer manages their farm in a slightly different manner, but this 4R Nutrient Stewardship Designation program is adaptable to all regions, soil types and cropping rotations.
Canadians are increasingly exposed to labels communicating specific processing aspects of food production. Food labels serve an important role, but who benefits the most from all of these different labels? Could they even be causing confusion and problems in the grocery aisle?