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Sustainable New Agri-Food Products and Productivity (SNAPP) Program

The Sustainable New Agri-food Products and Productivity (SNAPP) funding program was created to respond to opportunities and mitigate challenges of expanding agri-food in northern Ontario. The COVID-19 crisis has created new challenges and opportunities for the sector. Please take a few minutes to answer the questions in the following link to help SNAPP respond to this unique time. We appreciate your feedback.

Please click this link to access the survey. 

The Sustainable New Agri-Food Products and Productivity (SNAPP) Program is an initiative of the Rural Agri-Innovation Network (RAIN), a division of the Sault Ste Marie Innovation Centre in partnership with the Northern Ontario Farm Innovation Alliance and the Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre and supports Northern Ontario agriculture and food producers, businesses, collaborations, communities and First Nations to create new products, enhance productivity and adopt clean technology to support improved environmental performance while fostering growth. 

The next intake will be open November 6, 2023 to January 12, 2024. 

Project Activity Streams:

  • New Products

  • Productivity Enhancement

  • Clean Growth in Agri-Food



  • Up to $10,000 at 50% cost-share for individual applicants

  • Up to $25,000 at 50% cost-share for collaborations of 3 or more

Questions?  Contact your regional representative (below) to discuss project eligibility in order to receive an application.

Your representative will discuss the eligibility of your project and answer any questions you may have.  They are also available to review your application prior to submission and to ensure application completeness.

Sudbury/Nipissing/Temiskaming/Cochrane/Parry Sound/Muskoka:


Northwest – Thunder Bay/Kenora/Rainy River:

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