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Value Added Partners

The Government of Saskatchewan's Value-Added team works closely with outside organizations to achieve the goals set out in the Value-Added Strategy.

Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre

The Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre Inc. (Food Centre) is a non-profit organization offering full service assistance to food processors wanting to add value to their products for domestic and/or international markets.

POS Bio-Sciences

POS offers services in process development, custom processing and analytical services.

College of Agriculture and Bioresources, University of Saskatchewan

A world-class, interdisciplinary applied sciences college specializing in three primary scientific and social domains:

  • Safe food supply and bio products;
  • Sustainable production systems; and
  • Environment, ecology and community.

Crop Development Centre, University of Saskatchewan

The Crop Development Centre (CDC) conducts basic and applied crop research and development and field crop breeding.

Global Transportation Hub

Strategically located within Canada's Asia Pacific Gateway and Corridor, the GTH is a 1,700-acre development that offers the most competitively priced developed land in western Canada, customized greenfield build opportunities and a logistically superior design for maximum efficiency in truck movements.

Ag-West Bio

Ag West Bio, funded by Saskatchewan's Ministry of Agriculture and Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada's Growing Forward 2 program, is a catalyst for Saskatchewan's bioeconomy, helping to move research to market.


The Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI) is an ISO 9001:2008-registered and ISO/IEC 17025:2005-accredited applied research, development, and testing organization serving agriculture and industry in Western Canada and beyond.

Canadian Feeds Research Centre

The Canadian Feeds Research Centre (CFRC) is a research feed mill owned by the University of Saskatchewan and located in the city of North Battleford, Sask.

Global Institute for Food Security

The Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) is a unique public-private partnership that enables innovative, multidisciplinary research, training and technology development to improve sustainable crop production, enhance human and animal nutrition, and address the growing global demand for safe, reliable food.

Canadian Light Source

The Canadian Light Source is a centre of excellence in synchrotron science, performing synchrotron light research with the capacity to view structural modification in biological materials to the atomic level.

Saskatoon Research and Development Centre

The Saskatoon Research and Development Centre is a world-renowned canola breeding research facility, as well as the National Research Council's Saskatoon research facilities, which are also heavily invested in canola research.

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