Calling all local producers, join the Made in Alberta movement!

On March 23, Alberta’s government partnered with the Alberta Food Processors Association to launch a voluntary labeling program that makes it easier for consumers to identify Alberta-made products. The program supports Alberta’s agriculture sector and helps producers and processors sell and market their products.


Show that your products are local

The unique Made in Alberta label is free and clearly identifies food and beverages produced in Alberta. The Alberta Food Processors Association will administer this voluntary labeling program. Join now in four easy steps:

  1. Find out if you qualify
  2. Apply online
  3. Get approved
  4. Use the label
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Choose local, choose your neighbours

Alberta-made products can make a real difference in our communities. When consumers purchase locally, they are directly supporting Alberta’s growers, farmers, producers, and processors. In turn, this supports our economy and our communities, ensuring a sustainable and prosperous future.

Learn more about the Made in Alberta voluntary labelling program.

Let us know if you plan to attend!

RSVP via email and we will send you a link to the virtual session.

Can’t make these sessions? Reach out directly to our Planning and Development department via email, pandd@sturgeoncounty.ca or 780-939-8275.

#SturgeonCounty offices will be operating with reduced hours May 17, to accommodate a staff training event. Offices will re-open from 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM.

Fire Advisory: Due to dry conditions and a lack of precipitation, a fire advisory is now in effect for Sturgeon County as of April 3. 

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