An overhead view of two people at a table eating salad, bacon and drinking coffee. One man with a watch is reaching for a baked good.

Don't know where your food comes from? You do now.

What is produced in Canada?

Agriculture in Canada is very diverse. From coast to coast to coast, hundreds of different commodities are produced. A commodity is a product of primary agriculture which can be bought or sold (e.g. wheat, lamb, cherries, farmed salmon, etc.).

Source: http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/95-640-x/2012002/figs/desc/longdescfig4-eng.htm

A map of Canada showing top commodities and agri-food exports in each province.Source: http://www.ats-sea.agr.gc.ca/exp/5489-eng.htm