Pamela visits with Greg from the expo floor of the Canadian Produce Marketing Association annual convention, which was its largest ever despite the rising costs for travel. She says the Canadian produce industry is showing a strong commitment to sustainability, such as reducing plastic in packaging.
At its annual Convention & Trade Show on April 26, the Canadian Produce Marketing Association recognized four innovations in its Best New Product Showcase Awards.
Committing to a promise of service and selection 20 years ago, the grower, marketer and distributor of fresh produce looks toward celebrating one of its most monumental milestones in Toronto while at CPMA: The inception of its tagline expect the world from us.
WP Produce, a Miami-based and family-owned grower, packer, and shipper of Desbry brand tropical fruits and roots—will showcase its commodities offerings during the Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) Convention and Trade Show.
Mastronardi Produce has revealed its latest product launch with the addition of Umami The Fifth Taste to its award-winning line of snacking tomatoes on the vine.
ZAG Technical Services (ZAG), an award-winning IT consulting firm, managed services, and IT security provider specializing in the Ag and Food & Beverage industries, will be speaking on an expert panel about Cybersecurity – Before and After an Incident, at the Canadian Produce Marketing Association tradeshow in Toronto, Canada on April 25 – 27.
Today in the House of Commons, MP Scot Davidson’s Private Member’s Bill C-280, the Financial Protection for Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Farmers Act, was tabled for second reading debate.
The exhibit space is sold out, but there is still time to register to attend the event, connect with key industry leaders, and hear from awards recipients.
The Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) today announced Sam Silvestro as the recipient of the 2023 CPMA Lifetime Achievement Award which recognizes individuals who make significant contributions to the fresh produce industry.
The Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) is encouraged to see that addressing the impacts of inflation and supporting a National Supply Chain Strategy are continued areas of focus in Federal Budget 2023.