By Michael Grant, Director, Research, Centre for Food in CanadaThis post first appeared here, and is re-posted here with permission.An upcoming report for The Conference Board of Canada’s Centre for Food in Canada argues that it is time for the Canadian dairy sector to transition from playing defence to playing offense. The notion of a growing dairy sector is rarely part of the policy discussion because supply management has focused on divvying up the domestic market as opposed to capturing growing world demand.The agreement in principle on a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union…
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