Canadian Food Innovators Call for Proposals

Canadian Food Innovators Call for Proposals - September 22, 2017 deadline

The Canadian Food Innovators have provided BioFoodTech with information relating to a call for research and innovation proposals that are available for the food and beverage processing industry. BioFoodTech is pleased to share this information with our valued stakeholders and we encourage you to review the information and consider submitting a proposal. We also have printed brochures available upon request. 

Proposals are due September 22, 2017. 

If you are interested in meeting with BioFoodTech to explore possible projects and to obtain our assistance in navigating this opportunity, please contact Bonnie at 902-368-5226 or email

Established in 1987, BIO|FOOD|TECH is a confidential, contract research, processing and analytical services company located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. We provide many specialized services to companies and entrepreneurs in both the food and bioprocessing sectors. Our professional team is made up of food and bioprocessing scientists, microbiologists, technologists, engineers and support staff.  

Thank you.

Call For Research and Innovation Proposals

CFI is pleased to inform you that the call for research and innovation proposals for Canada's food and beverage processing industry under the next five year funding cycle –the Canadian Agricultural Partnership – from 2018 to 2023 has now been posted on the Canadian Food Innovators' (CFI) website. Documents are accessible at this link:

We encourage you to access the links to determine if this program opportunity will help your enterprise achieve its goals and consider submitting a proposal. Proposals are due September 22, 2017

CFI also received an endowment from The Guelph Food Technology Centre Legacy Fund that is being made available to support food businesses that are funded under this call for proposals.

Thank you again for your input at one of our Forums. Your ideas and suggestions were invaluable as we decided on the focal points for this new program and how the Legacy Funds would be used to support the industry.

David Shambrock, Chair

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