Tuesday, April 13
7:00 p.m. EDT - Women in Produce Happy Hour
Open to all, this networking event will allow you to make new connections as we celebrate the women featured in Grocery Business magazine as leaders in the industry.
Wednesday, April 14
3:00 p.m. EDT – Young Professionals Reception
Meet other young professionals in the fresh fruit and vegetables industry at this social hour mixer hosted in partnership with the Centre for Growing Talent.
7:00 p.m. EDT - Fresh Fun! Online Games Night
Join our mixologist and kick things off with some fun then join the game of your choice for an hour of fun and competition with your produce friends.
Thursday, April 15
7:00 p.m. EDT - Choir! Choir! Choir! Social Hour
Missing your local karaoke spot? Join us for an hour of singing, laughing and inspiration as Choir! Choir! Choir! leads us through a variety of songs you’ll know well. No experience is necessary, and you’re not required to sing in front of others (except whoever’s in your house) so bring your talent and/or enthusiasm and join your industry colleagues for a fun night!
CPMA Competition Law Statement
This information is provided as part of CPMA s ongoing commitment to legal and ethical behavior including, in this specific instance, compliance with Canadian competition law.
CPMA has taken measures to ensure that formal meetings do not involve anti-competitive conduct or the appearance of anti-competitive conduct. It is your obligation to ensure that you do not engage in any other contacts outside of the formal meetings that could create issues.
While most of the functions and activities of trade associations do not raise competition law issues, bringing competitors together may allow trade associations to be used, directly or indirectly, to facilitate illegal agreements to restrain competition. In view of the potential risks involved, you must not become involved in any communications or agreements that might give rise to concerns under the Competition Act, the Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) Competition Guidelines governing meetings while you are attending or participating in any CPMA meetings.
Any questions regarding specific issues should be discussed with the President of CPMA..
Confidentiality of personal contact information
As we approach CPMA’s 95th Convention and Trade Show, Fresh Week, many fresh produce industry members may receive fraudulent emails from scammers who may claim to have personal contact information of CPMA members, Trade Show attendees and exhibitors. Please be advised that CPMA is committed to protecting personal information of all those it collaborates with and does not sell, communicate or disclose their contact information to third parties nor any mailing lists. Please disregard any email that look suspicious.