Updates from Nourish Marketing – Mid-year Trend Report 2022
The Nourish Network 2022 Trend Report is an annual report that included 11 food, beverage, and agricultural trends. With myriad issues affecting our world today, from generational considerations, climate change, spending habits and more! “Hold on to your hats, friends — it’s looking to be another dynamic year!” What’s new?
Since the FTA was signed, Canada has become one of the top 10 largest buyers of Colombia’s non-mining exports. More than 80% of Colombia’s exports to Canada include agricultural products, such as coffee, flowers, fish, fresh and exotic fruits and vegetables. Colombia is the third-largest market in Latin America for fresh foods and Canada’s sixth-largest Latin American supplier.
TFO Canada is proud to work with Colombia on the implementation of the Women in Trade for Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Growth (WITISG) project, with the financial support of the government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada.
The joint effort included the delivery of customized training for the Trade Support Institution PROCOLOMBIA, and for the SMEs on Export Plans, Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment and Climate Change, Digital Marketing, E-commerce, and their participation in Trade Shows. TFO Canada is working with the agrofood and services sectors.
We look forward to continuing our work with Colombia in the years to come.
Senegal: Export Offer
TFO Canada is pleased to announce that we will be featuring export offers from our beneficiary countries along with information on partner Trade Support Institutions (TSIs) to support you in your search for new international markets. This month our featured export offer is from Senegal in partnership with Agence Senegalaise de Promotion des Exportation (ASEPEX)
The Agence Senegalaise de Promotion des Exportation (ASEPEX) is a public institution under the Ministry of Trade. It is working to support SMEs in export market access initiatives through the provision of business and trade intelligence, technical and financial support, trade promotion, export facilitation, training, and export advisory services.
The top export products of Senegal in terms of value (excluding minerals) are non-fillet frozen fish and ground nuts