CanadaGAP’s stakeholder advisory committee 

Stéphanie Levasseur is one of 10 members on the Stakeholder Advisory Committee.     

CanAgPlus has announced that the following members were appointed to serve on the Stakeholder Advisory Committee:

 

Area of Expertise

Appointee

Organization

Food Safety, Tree and Vine Fruit

Mariana Black

BC Tree Fruit Cooperative

Small Fruit, Potatoes, Vegetables

Joanne Driscoll

PEI Horticultural Association

Food Safety, Small Fruit

Nadene Gurulé

Agrifina Services

Repacking and Wholesaling, Vegetables, Potatoes

Grant Hackman

Peak of the Market

Food Safety

Jeff Hall

Canadian Produce Marketing Association

Potatoes

Terence Hochstein

Potato Growers of Alberta

Tree Fruit

Stéphanie Levasseur     

Au Cœur de la pomme

Food Safety

James Sefton

Sefton Food Safety Consulting/Coaching

Vegetables, Potatoes

Quinton Woods

Gwillimdale Farms

Greenhouse, Board liaison

Chair -Stephanie Larivière

Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers / Erie James Ltd.

 

 

Nominations to the Stakeholder Advisory Committee are being accepted annually. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply through the nomination process each summer. For more information on the Stakeholder Advisory Committee visit the CanadaGAP website at: 

http://www.canadagap.ca/history/governance/

 

Source:  CanAgPlus December 11, 2017 news release

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