Tree of Life Canada is a strong part of the Canadian food industry. We are one of Canada’s leading distributors for health and wellness.
Working with various associations helps ensure your brand can reach its full potential. We believe that our association partnerships allow us to stay in touch with the key decision makers and trends in our industry. Through seminars, informal meetings and trade shows we stay abreast of the issues and the opportunities in the industry which is a key component of our success and the success of our vendor and retailer partners.
FCPC is the voice of industry on many issues of importance to Canadians including food and product safety; helping to bring innovative products to market including healthier-for-you options; promoting environmental stewardship; product labelling, and working to ensure the competitiveness of our industry so that Canadians have choice and ready access to world-leading safe and innovative products.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers (CFIG) is a non-profit trade association founded in 1962 acting as a strong and united voice for over 4000 independent grocery retailers, across Canada, providing programs for operational excellence and fostering solid relationships among retailers and suppliers.
The Canadian Health Food Association is Canada’s largest trade association dedicated to natural health and organic products. Their members include manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers, distributors, and importers of natural and organic products.
Fondée en 1955, l’Association des détaillants en alimentation du Québec (ADA) est la seule association qui représente l’ensemble des détaillants en alimentation du Québec. Elle est dirigée par des détaillants et pour les détaillants.
The International Dairy Deli Bakery Association (IDDBA) is a nonprofit trade association for food retailers, manufacturers, wholesalers, brokers, distributors, and other industry professionals. IDDBA helps its members enhance their economic position by providing opportunities for professional dialogue, education, exchange of industry data and selling opportunities.
The ICCC is an association of cheese importers, which was founded in 1976 to manage the implementation of cheese TRQs, after cheese was added to the Import Control List. Their members include dairy cooperatives, primary processors, further processors, importers, and retailers.