Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) for Agri-Food Exporters
The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) will help Canadian exporters access European Union (EU) agri-food markets. CETA will give you an advantage over competitors in countries that do not have free trade agreements in force with the EU.
How does CETA support companies across Canada?
On September 21st, 2017 CETA will be provisionally applied. CETA will help bridge the gap between Canadian companies and the EU's 510 million consumers. It can support you by:
- Reducing or eliminating tariffs on products imported into the EU
- Improving and expanding market access for Canadian products
- Providing a competitive advantage with preferential access to EU markets
Find more details and learn about how CETA is a progressive agreement for a strong middle class.
What does CETA mean for the Canadian agriculture and food sector?
Find enhanced opportunities in the EU, key tariff reduction, rule of origin and product classification information.
- Cereal preparations
- Confectionery products
- Fish and seafood
- Non-alcoholic beverages
- Pet food products
- Processed pulse products
How should you get ready to export your agri-food products to the EU?
Learn about EU market opportunities and sector trends at agriculture and food market intelligence – Europe.
Visit Agri-Food Trade Services for Exporters to find relevant resources and support for exporters.
Consult this tool to explore tariff information for the EU market, and other countries with which Canada has a free trade agreement.
Do you have questions about the market opportunities available through CETA?
Contact the Market Access Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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