Manitoba food processors will have access to new and improved business planning tools to launch new products and grow their companies as a result of an investment from the Harper Government. Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, along with Member of Parliament Merv Tweed (Brandon-Souris) today announced two innovative projects to boost commercialization of new products and expand food manufacturing in Manitoba.
“Our government remains focused on the economy, and Canada’s food processing industry is a major driver of jobs and economic growth across our country,” said Minister Ritz. “These projects will help industry to get their products on more store shelves in the global marketplace, boosting the bottom lines of our processors and our farmers.”
Because without the federal government we wouldn't know how to make food.