Canadian International Grains Institute

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13
Nov
2018

Customers in 17 countries are meeting with representatives from Canada’s grain value chain to learn about the quality and end-use characteristics of the 2018 Canadian wheat crop during a series of new crop missions that began November 12. The annual seminars are an important opportunity to build customer relationships with international buyers and support Canada’s … continue reading →

10
Jul
2017

The Canadian International Grains Institute marks its 50th International Grain Industry Program starting July 9 when 22 customers from 14 countries arrive in Winnipeg for two weeks of technical demonstrations, industry sessions and tours focused on Canadian wheat. “For the 50th time, Cigi’s International Grain Industry Program is welcoming key Canadian wheat customers from around … continue reading →

04
Jul
2017

Three provincial wheat commissions and seven grain companies/handlers become core funders, new board will oversee Cigi’s future direction WINNIPEG – The Canadian International Grains Institute is pleased to announce its new board of directors, signalling the beginning of a new funding model and board structure for the organization. Comprising five representatives from the provincial wheat … continue reading →

31
Jan
2017

The lead story in this issue of the Cigi Review focuses on the recently completed Western Canadian Wheat New Crop Missions that included seminars and meetings with customers in 17 countries. Also featured is a story discussing the results of a recently completed Cigi project investigating the effects of thermal treatments to improve the flavour … continue reading →

22
Nov
2016

The Canadian Grain Industry Overview Program is designed to give anyone involved in the grain business a broad understanding of the domestic and global environment in which the business operates. This course covers the roles and responsibilities of government regulators, industry associations, grain companies, transportation companies, producers, and the interrelationships between each. Participants include a … continue reading →