We’re Fast-Approaching A Crisis point...
Here at home, food costs are soaring while abroad, shortages of staple grains and supply chain issues of have put some countries on the brink of famine. As a place of plenty, Canada can play a critical role in addressing this crisis, stepping up to stabilize global supply while ensuring all Canadians can access — and afford — the staple foods that keep our families and communities food-secure.
But if Canada is going to be a global leader on food security, we need our government to step up and give our farmers the tools they need to deliver the grains our country — and the world — needs now more than ever.
Canadians are dealing with food insecurity
Of those Canadians are children
Increase in food prices since August 2021
Estimated deficit in tonnes of grain by 2023
we have a
role to play...
As producers of nearly 16,000,000 tonnes of the staple grains we consume every year, Ontario’s grain farmers can play a significant role in shoring-up food security at home and abroad.
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Sustainability and Food Security Go Hand-in-Hand
Since 1981, Ontario's grain farmers have increased our land use efficiency by 35% while reducing the amount of energy we use by 28%. The result?
Growing more of the sustainable grains that will help feed the world on the same amount of land with a smaller environmental footprint. Learn more about how we’re creating a more sustainable future for both farming and food security below.
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Join the movement and help deliver the policies Ontario’s farmers need to grow the grains that will feed the world. Become a supporter today!