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A Statistical Profile of the Pork Supply Chain


  • Bonti-Ankomah, Samuel


The agriculture and agri-food sector faces a number of challenges such as rapid technological change, increased competition and changes in consumer requirements. The sector therefore needs to adjust to keep up with the changes and become more competitive. This report provides information about the pork supply chain and highlights the structural changes that have occurred over time in the pork industry. The report uses tables, charts and figures to describe performance indicators and structural changes within the industry and shows that the Canadian pork supply chain is healthy, growing and export-oriented.

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  • Bonti-Ankomah, Samuel, 2005. "A Statistical Profile of the Pork Supply Chain," Economic and Market Information 55302, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:aaacem:55302
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.55302

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