The Canola Council of Canada, in collaboration with Cereals Canada, announced on April 7 that Pulse Canada has joined the Keep It Clean program.

Keep It Clean is a program that was started by the Canola Council of Canada, and which reinforces Canada's commitment to delivering consistently superior agricultural products to markets worldwide. The program expanded with Cereals Canada, which emphasizes on-farm decisions to produce quality cereals and canola that meet market requirements.

Cereals Canada is also coordinating with the Prairie Oat Growers Association and the Barley Council of Canada to reach out to oat and barley growers.

Click here to view the full press release from the Canola Council of Canada.

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