The global demand for food is growing, with a specific need for more protein. As a trusted supplier of food and feed, Canada is uniquely positioned to meet this demand.

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The supercluster initiative is more than just investing money; it is about doing business differently - about leveraging strengths to drive innovation, overcome barriers and explore new opportunities. By creating more value-added processing opportunities in Canada, we will generate new companies, products, processes, services, and jobs.

Working together, we will build a shared competitive advantage for Canada.

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Protein Supercluster Supports Whole Seed Utilization

Lucent Biosciences and AGT Foods and Ingredients are taking what has historically been considered a waste stream from processing and adding further value, utilizing the entire seed.

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COVID-19 Support Resources

To assist the sector, Protein Industries Canada has compiled a list of both federal and provincial programs that are available to assist organizations. Information regarding these programs is rapidly evolving, and we will do our best to help companies understand and navigate the programs that may benefit them.

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Protein Supercluster Invests To Support Whole Seed Utilization

On March 3rd, 2020, Protein Industries Canada announced their fifth approved project; and the first to bring together a company largely considered a founder of Canada’s plant protein industry with an emerging company to create new usages from the co-products of processing.

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New Supercluster Investment To Improve On-Farm Logistics and Food Traceability

On February 27th, 2020, Protein Industries Canada announced its fourth co-investment into a consortium-led project. The $9.25 million project will help farmers become more efficient and achieve higher returns while improving traceability along the value chain.

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New Partnership To Create Canadian-Made Plant-Based Foods
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A joining of forces on the Prairies will elevate Canada’s plant-protein ecosystem

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