The 2014 edition of the Western Canadian Organic Business Directory is now available.
The directory lists all companies providing services or processed products to businesses in the organic sector.
“We have been hearing from the organic business community that they just don’t know what companies serve the organic sector,” said Becky Lipton, the executive director of Organic Alberta.
“Now, for example, organic producers can use this document to find inputs such as seed and feed; services such as processing and certification; and customers such as buyers, brokers, restaurants and retailers.”
The directory also allows retailers and restaurants to find processed and packaged products to sell, and processors can search for organic ingredients or places to sell their product. The catalogue — a joint effort between Alberta Organic and its counterparts in B.C., Saskatchewan, and Manitoba — covers all four provinces.
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