Canada exports nearly half of its honey production. Germany and the USA are the major ex-port markets for the Canadian honey.
Most of honeybee farms are apiaries which specialized in apicultural activities. Besides selling raw honey, they also prepare and market other products and services such as beeswax, bee-keeping supplies, and pollination.
The major Canadian manufacturers of honey are Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Bee farms in Canada are segmented into size categories: hobbyists, sideliners or part-time beekeepers and commercial. Most honeybee farms are hobbyists or sideliners, but the large commercial farms are owners of the majority of honeybee colonies.
The Canadian honey market is well developed, with products marketed through domestic and international channels for food, medicinal, personal, and other industrial uses. Marketing channels for honey include food manufacturers, retailers, packers and dealers, honey co-operative marketing associations, consumers or the export markets.
- Brief country profile: general information, economic indicators, business environment
- Honey and bee products market overview: production and consumption of honey and bee products, market trends, government regulations and market perspectives
- Foreign trade data including honey and bee products export/import operations in Can-ada, main trade partners, prices
- Major manufacturers and suppliers of honey and bee products in Canada
- Consumers within the sector and the purchase activity monitoring
- Your knowledge of the market in the country will expand significantly
- You will receive information about economic, governmental, political and social background of the market giving you an opportunity to analyse all the factors influencing the market
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- Major market players’ contacts and profiles will be useful for partnership development and the assessment of the competitive environment
The report can be further elaborated by the following materials:
1.1. General characteristics
1.2. Economic review
2. HONEY AND BEE PRODUCTS MARKET IN CANADA
2.1. Overview of honey and bee products market
2.1.1. Brief summary of world honey and bee products market
2.1.2. Production and consumption of honey and bee products in Canada
2.1.3. Government regulations in honey and bee products market in Canada
2.2. Producers of honey and bee products in Canada, including contact details and product range
2.2.1. Producers of organic honey
2.2.2. Producers of bee wax
2.2.3. Producers of bee pollen
2.2.4. Producers of propolis
2.2.5. Producers of honey syrup
2.2.6. Producers of royal jelly
3. CANADA’S FOREIGN TRADE IN HONEY AND BEE PRODUCTS
3.1. Export and import of natural honey: volume, structure, dynamics
3.2. Export and import of bee wax: volume, structure, dynamics
4. MAJOR WHOLESALERS AND TRADING COMPANIES IN CANADA
5. CONSUMERS OF HONEY AND BEE PRODUCTS IN CANADA’S MARKET
5.1. Downstream markets of Honey and Bee Products in Canada
5.2. Honey and Bee Products consumers in Canada
Please note that Honey and Bee Products Market in Canada: Business Report 2016 is a half ready publication. It only requires updating with the help of new data that are constantly retrieved from Publisher’s databases and other sources. This updating process takes 3-5 business days after order is placed. Thus, our clients always obtain a revised and updated version of each report. Please also note that we do not charge for such an updating procedure. BAC Reports has information for more than 25,000 different products available but it is impossible to have all reports updated immediately. That is why it takes 3-5 days to update a report after an order is received.
The report can be further expanded by the following materials:
- Canada: Country Business Profile 2016
Date: Jan, 2016 | Pages: 50 | Price: $300
This report is a comprehensive research about the conditions of doing business in Canada.
The first chapter of the report contains general information on Canada, including its geopolitical situation, administrative structure, political system and level of economic development. Special attention is delivered to peculiarities of negotiations conduct in Canada.
The second part of the report focuses on macroeconomic indexes of Canada: GDP scope and dynamics, industrial production volume, foreign trade analysis, investment climate in the country etc.