Find out how the Value-Added team works with outside organization to expand the Value-Added processing sector in Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan’s Value-Added team aims to increase revenue from the Value-Added sector to $6 billion by 2020.
Understand the importance of the Value-Added sector and the types of products Saskatchewan produces.
Learn about investment opportunities and important resources for investing in the growing Value-Added sector.
The Market and Trade Statistics section provides industry with various agricultural statistics including production and export data.
The Value-added Services Map is an interactive map that helps prospective and existing value-added organizations find services across Saskatchewan. The map also includes crop production data, transportation, and terminal information.
The Saskatchewan Agricultural Processing Incentive Programs list includes all federal, provincial and joint programs available for Saskatchewan agribusiness.