Jane Proctor of CPMA shares her insights on COVID-related food chain issues

For the last six weeks, Jane Proctor, vp of policy and issues management, Canadian Produce Marketing Association, has been in the heart of Ottawa, stick handling the fallout from COVID-19.

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower, goes "Behind the Scenes" of the June 2020 cover story titled COPING WITH CHANGING RULES OF ENGAGEMENT and speaks with Jane. How does she do it from home? She shares how strong relationships matter in a crisis.

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