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Who Is Carpere?


Founded in Canada, Carpere is a private investment and management company focusing on Canadian agricultural opportunities

In a world with growing demand for safe reliable food, Carpere is committed to improving the productivity of agriculture through research, innovation, and value-added processing of Canada’s vast agriculture resources.

Carpere is headquartered in Richmond B.C. Driven by our belief in the long-term future of Canadian agriculture and the growing world demand for high quality food, we are expanding our operating locations to unleash the potential within Canada’s diverse growing regions.

Carpere has a simple but inspired mission: introduce high quality, delicious, nutritious food and ingredients as fuel to a healthier future.

Carpere wants to bring food grown by our family of farmers to your family.

From the seeds in the field to the food on your table, we are building a healthier future for generations to come - from our family to yours.

We source our natural ingredients from local farmers. Carpere currently manages more than 20,000 acres of agricultural and livestock land.

We see the connection between food and the land, water and climate and work with our producers to apply innovative farming and progressive technologies that increase yields and output using sustainable practices. With careful stewardship of the world's richest land, we can create the world’s finest ingredients.

With ingredients provided by our associated farmers, we are developing value-added processing and production solutions across all sectors of the value chain.

Carpere is designing high-tech industrial parks and supporting infrastructure to host the production of food, feed, and materials as well as services to move the products into global markets.

We invest in relationships. Guided by a shared purpose, we partner with communities, businesses, entrepreneurs and researchers to grow, process, manufacture and market Canadian-based products to the world.

We help our partners move from idea to execution through Carpere’s financing, operations, distribution and market access solutions. By developing local opportunities, we can generate long-term sustainable economic benefits for our partners and the communities in which they live.

Food security and transparency are of great importance to us.

With an internationally respected regulatory system, food production in Canada delivers safe, top quality products for global consumers.

We build on that success by involving ourselves through every step of the process.

We manage the flow of our products from sourcing and storage, preparation and packaging, distribution and marketing through to the final delivery to your family.

We are investing with leading businesses and research authorities across the value chain to promote sustainability in the food and agriculture sector.

Everything from renewable energy, water management, precision agriculture, transportation innovations, to workforce talent, are vital inputs to fuel a healthier future.

We work with our family of farmers to grow their businesses by adding value to locally grown crops and connecting them to global markets.

We are developing high-tech ag-food industrial parks and supporting infrastructure in the heart of the world’s most productive region where businesses can produce food, feed, ingredient and sustainable technologies.

We are developing domestic and foreign markets for food and feed products grown, processed, and packaged in Canada to increase economic prosperity.

Our team is looking for partners who share a common vision. Got an idea? Contact us directly.

We work with innovators. We collaborate with Canadian research labs, Universities and Technical Schools to apply state-of-the-art science and technology that spans genomics, productivity, fractionation, sustainability and Internet of Things (IoT) that will contribute to a healthier world.

This will help grow the business and further improve our processes over time, adding value to our central operations.

1What We Do

Carpere wants to bring food grown by our family of farmers to your family.

To ensure we are connecting the best agriculture and food to homes, we offer a fully integrated value chain solution.

To help our farmers and communities to prosper. To put better food on the shelf for our customers.

To create a more transparent and food security is very important for us as the mission for our company.

2How We Do It

We work with farmers on the best practices to organize and process there products for the worldwide market.

Having direct access to their farms allows us and trusted partners to ensure our involvement through every step, from sourcing and storage, preparation and packaging, even transportation and distribution.

All of this combined guarantees only the finest ingredients are produced then shipped all over the world, or processed into finished goods with the added benefit of reduced costs.

3How We Help Investors

We help all of our investors through the supply chain from start to finish; sourcing grains, oilseeds, pulses, honey, forage and specialty crops from our farmers. Next, we handle logistics from storage to worldwide shipping, and lastly processing.

Turning crops into nutritional commodities or processing them into consumer packaged goods provides our farmers with access to new and larger markets, further benefiting them and their communities. This is the Carpere advantage.

4Research and Development

In order to be an industry leader, Carpere has partnered with Canadian research labs and universities to continually improve and further develop our products.

This will help grow the business and further improve our processes over time, adding value to our central operations.

Best known for providing the US & Asian markets with Grain

Farmland

20000

Acres Partnered

Meet Our Farmers.


Most areas of the world with consistently high production have already become established territories for large corporations in the agriculture industry.

The Canadian Prairies set themselves apart with the many farms being independently owned and operated under the same family name for generations.

Our family of farmers maintain a solid reputation as producers of premium products that are sustainable, safe and nutritious.

There is opportunity for even greater success as farmers engage new sustainable ways to grow and add value to their products. Turning crops into nutritional commodities or processing them into consumer packaged goods provides our farmers with access to new and larger markets, further benefiting them and their communities.

 

Highest Quality Grain,
With Higher Protein Than Most, Due To Geography And Soil Content

Strategy Sourcing.

Strategic Sourcing and farms in:

  • Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Nipawin, Saskatchewan
  • Tisdale, Saskatchewan
  • Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
  • Vancouver, B.C.

Shipping to ASIA

 

Our Products.


 

Having farmers located in Canada’s finest farmlands gives us a diverse portfolio of agricultural products, allowing not only a larger offering but more competitive pricing too; a winning combination.

Durum

Durum

  •  Canada 4,694,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan 3,919,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 15,000 metric tons
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Wheat

Wheat

  •  Canada - 22,053,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 8,481,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere - 1,527,000 metric tons
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Barley

Barley

  •  Canada 9,436,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan 3,314,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 926,000 metric tons
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Oats

Oats

  •  Canada 3,395,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 1,666,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 585,000 metric tons
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Fall Rye

Fall Rye

  •  Canada 275,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 113,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 2,000 metric tons
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Canola

Canola

  •  Canada 12,695,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 5,951,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 1,429,000 metric tons
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Flaxseed

Flaxseed

  •  Canada 734,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 577,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 38,000 metric tons
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Mustard

Mustard

  •  Canada 155,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 117,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 4,000 metric tons
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Lentils

Lentils

  •  Canada 1,421,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 1,375,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 8,000 metric tons
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Field Peas

Field Peas

  •  Canada 3,172,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 2,214,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 279,000 metric tons
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Canary Seed

Canary Seed

  •  Canada 162,000 metric tons
  •  Saskatchewan - 157,000 metric tons
  •  Carpere 17,000 metric tons
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fava-beans

Fava Beans

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From Our Family
to Your Family

Our Projects


Investors are sure to benefit from our projects knowing we’ve employed business development experts with rich histories in Canadian Agribusiness. Thanks to them we’ve established prosperous relationships with local farms and regional vendors alike covering a variety of transportation and processing services.

industrial park zone in Tisdale, Sask - Phase 1

We are proud to announce the phase 1 development of our new industrial park located in Tisdale, Saskatchewan.

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CONTACT US

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Phone - +1 (888) 377 1999
Email - info@carpere.ca
Address - 280-2899 No. 3 Rd, Richmond,
British Columbia, V6X 2B2

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  • Durum

    Wheat is the most consumed crop on the market and its consumption is anticipated to rise over the next ten to fifteen years. Carpere farmers are growing Amber Colored Durum, known for strength, complex flavor, beautiful golden color and some of the highest protein content of any varietal. These crops are then milled and ground down to produce semolina, a key ingredient for bread and pasta.


    Canada
    4,694,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    3,919,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    15,000 metric tons
  • Wheat

    Canada is the world’s leader for exported non-durum wheat, renowned for its excellent milling and baking properties. Working with some of the most reliable growers in Canada, flour made from our spring wheat is praised by bakers for its ability to retain more water than lower protein flours and increases its baking efficiency.


    Canada
    22,053,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    8,481,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    1,527,000 metric tons
  • Barley

    Besides it’s a commonly used ingredient in cereal, Barley is also used all over the world, livestock feed, and malt products. Our farmers have been growing barley for generations and are up to date when it comes to using the latest technology in its production.

    When it comes down to livestock feed, some of our barley contains a high starch and protein content that gives the meat a white marbled texture. This texture makes the meat products more appealing to consumers.

    Many people consider barley as a superfood due to its many benefits when compared to other grains. It has less fat and calories, has higher fiber, and is an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

    Besides its health benefits, the demand for barley is going to rise due to it also being the key ingredient of beer production. Markets are speculating the beer industry to grow by 7.3% by 2020, in the Asia Pacific region alone.


    Canada
    9,436,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    3,314,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    926,000 metric tons
  • Oats

    Canada supplies one-third of the World’s oats consumption. With Carpere’s processes, we can produce oats at a much higher bushels/acre ratio. We can produce at around 104.4 bushels/acre while the market can only produce at approximately 94 bushels/acre.

    Our oats also contain many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The most notable nutrient is called beta-glucan, which helps lower blood cholesterol and regulate blood sugar levels.


    Canada
    3,395,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    1,666,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    585,000 metric tons
  • FALL RYE

    Fall rye is typically in livestock feed, flour milling, and distilling industries. Growing it requires the right climate, for example, the weather the prairies can offer. As you know, our farmers are mostly located within the prairies. Thus, we can produce this crop more than a typical Canadian farmer.


    Canada
    275,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    113,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    2,000 metric tons
  • Canola Oil

    Canola oil is one of the most popular exports of Canada and Carpere. It was developed in Canada in the 1970s and has been used worldwide since.

    It is one of the healthiest oil on the market. It is low in saturated fat, high in monounsaturated fat as well as low in erucic acid.

    It is also a source for omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidant, vitamin E, and phytosterols, which help lower cholesterol levels.

    People like to use it for cooking because of its high smoking point, smooth texture and mild flavor.

    Not only is it suitable for direct consumption, but it also used in many commercial products such as inks, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and biodegradable greases.


    Canada
    12,695,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    5,951,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    1,429,000 metric tons
  • FLAXSEED

    When this crop blossoms, its beautiful blue flower brightens the grasslands at our farms.

    Flaxseed is well known for its light and nutty flavor. It also serves as a source of dietary fiber, plant-based protein, antioxidants, and omega-3 fatty acids. People usually like to consume flaxseed as a whole seed, as ground seed or as an oil..

    Studies have shown Flaxseed can lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease, and facilitate digestion.


    Canada
    734,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    577,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    38,000 metric tons
  • MUSTARD

    Mustard as you know it, especially yellow mustard, is one of North America’s favourite sauces. People use it for everything, from hot dogs to salad dressing. Besides using it for flavoring, it also acts as an emulsifier and a binding agent in many food processing processes. Our farmers happen to grow the finest quality of this specialty crop.


    Canada
    155,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    117,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    4,000 metric tons
  • LENTILS

    Lentils are low-fat and low-calorie. They are rich in dietary fiber, protein, and complex carbohydrates. Due to its low glycemic index and gluten-free nature, it is an excellent dietary option for people with diabetes. Lentils are grown by our farmers during crop rotations.


    Canada
    1,421,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    1,375,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    8,000 metric tons
  • FIELD PEAS

    Field peas are sometimes used to feed livestock, but most of the field peas we grow — including green and yellow peas, among others, are for human consumption. We have them dried so that they can be processed into flour, starch, and fiber, or they can be eaten as is.


    Canada
    3,172,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    2,214,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    279,000 metric tons
  • ALFALFA

    Alfalfa is key to a sustainable farming ecosystem as it can reintroduce nitrogen into the soil. With its high protein content (25%), farmers use it to feed livestock. If this plant is part of the honey-making process, the honey will be creamy and tasty.

  • CANARY SEED

    Saskatchewan’s food-grade canary seed production makes up 90% of Canadian export of this product, and our farmers are responsible for growing this crop to support the demand.

    Whole canary seeds are used to make granola bars, salads, and other dishes. It is tasty and healthy because of its nutty flavor, and it is also gluten-free and high in protein. Its taste profile makes it an excellent ingredient in cereal. Food processors will also mill it into flour to make bread, cookies, and pasta.


    Canada
    162,000 metric tons
    Saskatchewan
    157,000 metric tons
    Carpere
    17,000 metric tons
  • FABA BEANS

    Faba beans are essential to a sustainable farming ecosystem because of its ability to introduce nitrogen back into the soil. It is beneficial to the environment in crop rotations.

    We grow two types of faba beans—tannin and low tannin. Tannin variety is for human consumption, and low tannin is for livestock feed.

    The tannin variety for human consumption is gluten-free, low-fat, high-fiber, high-protein. It also contains other nutrients, such as thiamin, vitamins k and B6, potassium, selenium, copper, zinc, magnesium, and iron.

  • HONEY

    Canada is the World’s second largest honey producer. Best known for its “white honey.” This product is renowned for its quality, smooth taste, creamy white color. With our extensive network of Canadian farmers, we manage some of the best-pollinated farms in Canada. With our sustainable practices, bee populations at our honey farms thrive which increases our honey yield.