Canadian Soybean Council Receives Funding for Export-Focused Projects

The Canadian Soybean Council is set to receive over $100,000 in funding through the federal government’s Growing Forward 2 Agri-Marketing program.

The funds are earmarked for specific, outgoing marketing programs aimed at building and expanding Canadian soybean exports to the European Union, Korea and Japan, according to a press release circulated by the Grain Farmers of Ontario. The announcement was made by GFO, on behalf of the organization, the Manitoba Pulse Growers Association and the Fédération des producteurs de cultures commerciales du Quebec.

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