The goal of this funding is to increase the adoption of traceability systems, practices, technologies and infrastructure across the food and seafood sectors, enabling businesses to meet existing and emerging market and regulatory requirements.
Traceability Adoption and Traceability Value Chain programs are now closed.
Find out more about
current and upcoming programs that are available.
Find out details on how to apply for the programs. The Program is now open to applications.
Find out how to submit a claim for your approved Traceability Adoption or Traceability Value Chain project.
We are hosting a workshop for sector organizations and groups of three or more value chain partners to answer questions about the Traceability Value Chain program. The program opens to new applications April 1 to 30, 2021.
These programs are funded through the governments of Canada and British Columbia as part of the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a five-year, $3-billion investment by federal, provincial and territorial governments to strengthen the agriculture and agri-food sector.
The goal of the Traceability Adoption (TA) and Traceability Value Chain (TVC) Programs (the programs) is to increase the adoption of traceability systems, practices, technologies and infrastructure across the agrifood and seafood sectors, enabling businesses to meet existing and emerging market and regulatory requirements.
The desired outcome of the TA and TVC programs is that B.C. agrifood and seafood businesses are better equipped with effective traceability systems and technologies, and better positioned to meet national and international standards and requirements, thereby making the B.C. agrifood
and seafood industry more responsive, resilient and competitive.
The program is administered by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) who have over 20 years of experience collaborating with government and funding partners to administer and implement funding programs. PwC is a leader providing professional services to the agricultural sector and food value chains.