Canadian Greenfield Technologies Corp., a member of CHTA, has developed two high performance hemp fiber products; NForce-ProTM and NForce-FiberTM - developed specifically for concrete, shotcrete and decorative concrete applications.
Introduced at World of Concrete 2017 in Las Vegas, NForce-ProTMandNForce-FiberTM are manufactured from industrial hemp, the world's strongest and most durable natural fiber, and are engineered to provide exceptional surface quality with maximum crack mitigation, mix stability, and workability in concrete applications. Developed over years of extensive research & development, and verified by independent experts for concrete applications, NForce-ProTM andNForce-FiberTM have already enhanced concrete, shotcrete and decorative concrete projects in Canada and the US; with much positive feedback.
NForce-ProTM and NForce-FiberTM are high-performance industrial hemp fibers engineered for all concrete applications.
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Sarah Clowater, Marketing & Business Development
Canadian Greenfield Technologies Corp.
Naturally Splendid Enterprises, a member of CHTA, will be presenting a wide range of food products at FOODEX JAPAN, the largest annual food and beverage trade show in Asia.
Naturally Splendid will be presenting with Eat Real Snack Foods at JAPAN FOODEX who are participating as Canadian Delegates in the Canadian Pavilion. Naturally Splendid recently completed an acquisition of a comprehensive state-of–the-art packaging line from Eat Real Snack Foods and continues to develop business opportunities between the Companies. JAPAN FOODEX is indicative of the potential synergies between the companies.
According to Agriculture and Agri Food Canada :
- Japanese packaged food sales were valued at US$158 billion in 2015, and are anticipated to reach US$164.2 billion by 2020.
- Japanese consumers are renowned for placing enormous importance on consuming food that is both safe and of high-quality, and they perceive Canada as a country that produces food with these characteristics. Japan is a trendsetter in many areas, and it can be a very useful gateway to other markets within Asia.
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BREAKING NEWS: Hemp Farmers and Doctors call on Health Canada to change regulations
This report by Christina Succi of Global News outlines the need for change in regulations governing industrial hemp in Canada.
Newcap TV features the AITF Vegreville Hemp Decortication Plant, along with interviews with an experienced hemp grower and the President of the Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance.
Cotton or Rayon - what’s your fabric of choice? How about hemp! Industrial hemp textiles are slowly gaining acceptance with a new following among designers and consumers in Canada.
Watch Sean, our Western Sales Manager as he gives a quick overview of the Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods & Oils we sample at various consumer shows across North America!
Steven and Chris cook with hemp.
Martha Stewart talks about nutritional seeds.
Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods & Oils is the largest vertically integrated hemp food manufacturer in the world. Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba our market reach extends across North America and into Europe. Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods & Oils strives to create the healthiest hemp foods, to educate the public about healthy lifestyle choices, and to support sustainable agriculture. Natural, healthy and sustainable – that is Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods & Oils.
At this ASEC event, Bob Burnquist lets you know what he thinks of Manitoba Harvest. San Mateo Whole Foods Market in California.
CBC National News comes to visit the Manitoba Harvest facility September 2007.
A sweet video we made in 2005.
The First completed hemp building in Ireland, Clones, County Monaghan
|Owner:||Marcus McCabe, environmentalist and proprietor of Ecoflow Reedbeds|
|Builder/Construction Manager, jointly:||The Oldbuilders Company and Eco Habitats|
|Ecological Consultant:||Professor Tom Woolley, of Queens University Belfast|
|Designer:||Henry O'D Thompson of The Oldbuilders Company|
|Lime mortar Consultant:||Ed Byrne, The Traditional Lime Company|
This small hemp building is built similar to a standard timber frame house with a mix of hemp shiv and hydraulic lime structured around the timber. Finish is with a Lime rendering inside and out. Such building methods have the ability to be CO2 negative for the construction and result in a healthy breathable energy saving home. This 42 sq meter building is to be used as office space. For further information please contact Eco Habitats on 07842276.
Hemp can make a cement–like substance that is stronger & lighter than traditional cement.