Most of the mustard that the world consumes is grown in Canada, more specifically, in the Prairies.
It’s quite typical of humble Canadians to keep this quiet even though Canada produces between 140,000 – 300,000 tonnes of mustard seed annually, with exports valued at $70 million during the past five years.
Canada is the largest producer and exporter of mustard seeds worldwide.
The majority of Canada’s mustard seeds are exported to the United States.
Canada has an ideal growing climate for mustard and exports and produces several types of premium mustard, including brown mustard, yellow (a.k.a. white) mustard, and oriental mustard.
Canada has the highest safety and quality standards, and exclusively grows non-GMO crops.
The Government of Canada invests millions of dollars to support and strengthen Canada as the leading mustard authority.
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