Simpson Centre Report Alberta’s role in the global Agri-food Marketplace – Part B: Illustrated Data

Alberta is the third largest exporter of agri-food products in Canada after Ontario and Saskatchewan. Alberta’s agri-food exports include both primary agricultural commodities (crops and live animals) and processed food and agricultural products (value-added exports). Using data gathered from different sources, this paper illustrates the role of Alberta in the global agri-foods marketplace considering four primary agricultural commodities (wheat, canola seed, live cattle, and pulses) and three value-added products (beef, pork, and canola oil), collectively accounting for 72 per cent of Alberta’s total agri-food exports in 2019.


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