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RAIN Rural Agricultural Innovation Network is pleased to host the FIRST Food/Agricultural Industry networking event for the Algoma and Sault Ste. Who should attend: Farmers, producers (including aqua-culture), breweries, wineries, chefs, restaurateurs, caterers, food buyers, retailers, food distributors, abattoirs, processors, public & private sector institutions, food service and economic development.With consumer demand and awareness for locally sourced food/drink increasing, this kind of event will prove a great opportunity for those in the industry who grow and produce local food/drink, to network with those who buy, distribute and serve food.
Start your morning with a hot breakfast served daily.The “Growing Connections” networking event is hosted by RAIN (Rural Agri-Innovation Network). Używamy plików cookie, aby pomóc w personalizacji treści, dostosowywać i analizować reklamy oraz zapewnić bezpieczne korzystanie z serwisu.Rural starts were estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 17,810 units. Online and other non-store sales, which are included in the overall number, are expected to increase between 10 and 12 per cent. retail sales grew 3.9 per cent in 2017 over 2016 to .53 trillion, which exceeded NRF’s forecast for growth between 3.2 and 3.8 per cent.The numbers exclude automobiles, gasoline stations, and restaurants. “Despite headlines to the contrary, the retail industry is strong, growing, and meeting consumer demand with the products they want at the prices they expect and the shopping experience they want to have, online or in store,” says Matthew Shay, president and CEO of NRF.“With consumer confidence high, unemployment low, and wages growing, there is every reason to believe that retail sales will be robust throughout the year.” Forty-two per cent of Canadians admit they overspent on their holiday budgets, spending on average 0 beyond what they intended, finds a poll by RBC.
The ‘2018 Holiday Spending & Saving Insights Poll’ shows that shoppers in Saskatchewan and Manitoba (48 per cent) and Ontario (45 per cent) led the country in overspending their holiday budgets.The amount of money overspent varied widely, from an average of 2 in Ontario to an average of 3 in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.Shoppers aged 18 to 34 made up the largest group of overspenders (55 per cent), compared to shoppers aged 35 to 54 (43 per cent) and 55 (29 per cent).Sandra brings her experience, knowledge and enthusiasm with her to Algoma.She sees the great potential growing the local food scene has in this region of the province. RAIN works closely with farmers, suppliers, agri-entrepeneurs, Aboriginal and agricultural organizations to conduct research and provide business development and networking support.David also serves on the Advisory Council for Sustain Ontario, an alliance for healthy food and farming. During the last 15 years, Sandra has been immersed in the local food movement.