Canada’s food policy system overloaded: report

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Out of date policies, laws and regulations as well as conflicting government involvement stymie innovation and economic growth in the country’s food sector says Conference Board of Canada report


An even better starting point would be to recognize, and eliminate, asinine policies like the one forcing fresh pizza makers to use domestic (and therefore higher priced cheese, while allowing frozen pizza makers to use imported (and therefore cheaper)cheese.

But this would actually make sense, as well as be of considerable benefit to consumers, and therefore, would be strongly-opposed by farmers and farm groups alike.

Stephen Thompson, Clinton ON

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