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Tapping into new markets for Canadian maple syrup

Saint-Herménégilde, Québec – Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada - Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, announced an investment of over $2.2 million to help the Maple Syrup Producers of Quebec increase global demand and promote Canadian maple syrup to international markets. 
This investment enables the maple syrup sector to expand and diversify exports, and seize opportunities for Canadian maple syrup in existing and emerging markets in the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan and China. 
In United Kingdom, advertising and promotion activities will be developed, including new recipes to help raise awareness about maple products. The partnership established with the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts, including renowned chefs, and the academic network will allow the link of maple products and gastronomy. Similar promotional activities will be developed in Germany. 
A feasibility study on electronic commerce will be conducted in Japan in order to put an action plan in place. As well, a market research survey will be conducted in China to identify on-line marketing practices and strategies to promote regular consumption of maple products.
Source : Government Of Canada

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