ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
Retailers are finding new ways to help farmers share their story.
Keep it Clean, a joint initiative of the Canola Council of Canada, Pulse Canada, Cereals Canada, the Barley Council of Canada and the Prairie Oat Growers Association, has developed a new advisor toolkit for Canadian ag retailers.
Regular cleaning key to stopping spread of soil-borne threats.
The CAAR Communicator sits down for a Q&A with board member Martin Kiefer, past board chair and communications committee chair.
Fertilizer Canada is proactively working with all levels of government on key issues impacting Canada’s fertilizer industry to ensure we remain an essential service, especially during this challenging period as we continue to grapple with the effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Omni-channel business tactics are increasingly prevalent in ag retail.
What’s the key to running a successful agri-retail location? There’s no one right answer, but the attendees of today’s Retail Management Workshop gained some fresh insights to help unlock the potential of their operations.
Today marks the official start of the 2016 CAAR Conference. We are so thrilled to welcome attendees to Saskatoon, and are eager to share with you the information and insights that will help you unlock the potential of your agri-retail business.
The 2016 CAAR Conference starts Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Saskatoon, Sask. You can still benefit from the wisdom, information, resources and guidance the conference will bring to attendees, by taking advantage of walk-up registration at the conference.
CAAR's mandate is to represent and support the Canadian agri-retail sector. Where we choose to focus our efforts is informed by one important factor: the issues and initiatives that matter to our members.