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Nov 2, 2015
Carol Dombrow – Heart & Stroke Foundation
At the 2014 CPMA/CPHA Health Summit in Toronto, Carol Dombrow, registered dietitian for the Heart & Stroke foundation, speaks about the benefits of consistent messaging.
More episodes from Produce Talks
Sep 30, 2021
CPMA Produce Champion 2021 - Senator Rob Black
In this episode, we feature a discussion with the CPMA 2021 Produce Champion, Ontario Senator Rob Black, who is a member of the Senate Standing Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. CPMA's annual Produce Champion award is given to one or more Member(s) of Parliament and/or Senator(s) who have been supportive of the produce industry and effective at bringing industry issues to the forefront on Parliament Hill. Senator Black shares his story on how he became a Senator and how he has worked to further the interests of agriculture in Canada, throughout his professional career and, more recently in Ottawa. Play the Podcast Thank you to our podcast sponsor, NatureFresh™ Farms.
Sep 30, 2021
Sustainability for Produce – A Conversation About the Present & Future
Sustainability has been a focus for the produce industry for many years and is a complex issue with multiple areas of focus. In Canada current areas of focus include the potential of a Canadian index to benchmark Agri-food sustainability, government focus on issues such as carbon credits and industry-led initiatives to improve sustainability. This episode provides industry insight on some of the key areas of focus including Canada’s Sustainability Index, greenhouse gas (GHG) sequestration, biodiversity and regenerative agriculture. Guests on this episode include Scott Ross of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, Keith Kuhl of Southern Potato, Quinton Woods of Gwillimdale Farms, and David McInnes representing the National Index of Agri-Food Performance. Play the Podcast Thank you to our podcast sponsor, NatureFresh™ Farms.
Jul 26, 2021
Emerging Pathogens – A Conversation with Canada’s Experts
Foodborne illnesses continue to bed a source of concern within the fresh produce industry. CPMA asked two of Canada's top food safety professionals to join us in discussing recent outbreaks, the challenges in identifying outbreaks and what the future of outbreaks may look like. Lisa Sparrow-Moellenbeck, Food Safety Manager, Federated Co-operatives spoke with Joyce Cheng - Acting Manager Outbreak Management, Public Health Agency Canada and Dr. Lawrence Goodridge - Director - Canadian Research Institute for Food Safety (CRIFS), Graduate Coordinator - Food Safety & Quality Assurance Program, University of Guelph. Play the Podcast Thank you to our podcast sponsor, NatureFresh™ Farms.