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The supply management system rests on the following four pillars:
- the provincial and territorial legislations governing commodity and supervisory boards;
- the federal legislations controlling interprovincial and international trade of farm products;
- the FPAA enables producer groups to set up national marketing agencies. It also provides the legal foundation for the creation of the FPCC, whose mission is to supervise these agencies; and,
- the federal proclamations to establish each of the national marketing agencies. These agencies are:
Federal, provincial and territorial agreements provide the details for operating the system by setting out how each national marketing agency must operate.