Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Cereal Production industry is dependent on volatile input costs and inconstant downstream demand, causing revenue levels to fluctuate. Over the past five years, revenue dropped with the recession and has had trouble rebounding since; growth will occur in the next five years but the industry will lag behind prerecession levels... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
Due to the high and rising transportation costs, cereal-producing establishments in Canada are strategically located near sources of key inputs, such as grain and flour mills. Firms must also remain within a serviceable distance to large city markets. As a result, the establishments are concentrated in the three provinces with the highest population counts: Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia.
Ontario, which accounts for the largest share of the Canadian population at about 38.8%, holds the majority of industry establishments at about 34.5% of the total. Similarly, Quebec and British Columbia each house about 20.7% of total industry operations, while accounting for 23.1% and 13.3% of the Canadian population, respectively... purchase to read more