ROI for your membership

Delivering results for you

Driving business efficiencies

  • Launched a shared transportation pilot with multiple members shipping to retailer distribution centres in Atlantic Canada iPad Image

  • FCPC’s Supply Chain Committee designed a Freight Index: allows members to benchmark against national and regional freight rates in Canada

  • Keeping nutrition labelling science-based and avoiding unwarranted business disruptions

  • National advocacy efforts have been instrumental in rationalizing recycling costs for members across the country

  • Worked with Sobeys and Metro on loyalty data package options resulting in lower costs for members

  • Partnered with Nielsen to lower the cost of syndicated department performance reports providing members with insights to retail and consumer trends across categories and brands

  • Implemented “causal factor” metrics to FCPC’s Monthly Customer Service KPI Scorecard to support improved fill rate and on-time delivery

Advocating for our members

  • Instrumental in driving the repeal of Country-of-Origin Labelling

  • Issued first Climate Change Report and broadened sustainability efforts to engage federal and provincial governments on climate change and promote our members’ leadership in reducing greenhouse gases

  • Instrumental in securing the elimination of tariffs on imported agri-food ingredients announced in Federal Budget 2016

  • Improved key aspects of Bill 151, Ontario’s new recycling legislation, ensuring a fair and sustainable model of producer responsibilityMP Reception

  • Helped secure $700,000 in federal funding as part of a $1.4 M research project with the University of Guelph to explore ways to ensure oats and wheat used in food are safe from mould and fungus along the value chain

  • Of 5,000 registered Canadian lobbyists, FCPC ranks in the top 100 lobbyists for a sixth year

  • Advocated for a science-based approach to changes to the Nutrition Facts table, with a five-year implementation period to ensure a smooth, cost-effective transition for industry and consumers

  • Ensured the 2016 Health Canada assessment of sodium in Canada’s food supply is comprehensive and uses the most current data

Providing critical insights 

  • Conducted exclusive, member-only conference calls and in-person meetings with experts, senior officials and trade negotiators providing insights into current or emerging issuesPost-election panel
  • Submitted numerous research-based submissions to government to help shape the critical policies and regulations impacting member companies
  • Hundreds attended FCPC signature events, including the Supply Chain, Digital Insights and National Sales Symposiums
  • A webinar with KPMG on Integrated Business Planning best practices
  • Two new sales executive networking groups; unique forum for non-compete members to share best practices
  • Hosted a Supply Chain executives tour of the Shoppers Drug Mart automated facility to learn about improved efficiencies and simplification at store level
  • Exclusive Trade Talks breakfasts with senior executives from Sobeys, Metro and Shoppers Drug Mart

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Food & Consumer Products of Canada is Canada's largest industry association representing the companies that manufacture and distribute the vast majority of food, beverage and consumer goods found on grocery store shelves. Our members provide jobs to almost 300,000 Canadians, and include small and large multinational and Canadian owned companies.
Food & Consumer Products of Canada
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