January 9, 2018 – SCS Consulting and VCMI release paper on opportunities and risks facing the Canadian cannabis industry. For paper, click here.
OPMA released the final case study, which pertains to a main line distributor. Click here for the NR with links to the study.
See “The Grower” article – link
This is the third of four case studies as part of the “Reducing Food Waste in Fresh Produce” project – funded in part through Growing Forward 2 (GF2), a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.
Click here for link to study.
Second of four studies as part of the OPMA food waste project with VCMI – The report shows how tracking shrink enables retailers to improve their merchandizing mechanics, potentially leading to increased sales and less need to discount products.
For news release and link to case study, click here.
EweGROW is designed to increase the availability and quality of Ontario lamb to meet increasing consumer demand for product.
For release, click here.
The webinar, presented by Dr. Martin Gooch, will present easy-to-follow tools developed by Value Chain Management International (VCMI) in conjunction with the Ontario Produce Marketing Association (OPMA).
Sign up to understand:
- how your business can profit from reducing shrink by applying simple tools, and
- how businesses have benefited from using tools developed by VCMI/OPMA.
Date and time: Wednesday, October 25 – 1:00 pm EST
(The webinar will run for approximately 45 minutes.)
As part of the Ontario Produce Marketing Association’s (www.theopma.ca) food waste reduction initiative, Value Chain Management International worked with EarthFresh Foods and growers to identify ways to reduce waste by increasing the quality and value of table potatoes, from field to consumer. Click HERE for release.
Dr. Martin Gooch presents as part of panel discussion on “Perspectives on Opportunities to Reducing Food Loss and Waste.”
The Ontario Produce Marketing Association (OPMA) and VCMI are partnering on a food waste reduction initiative tailored to Ontario’s produce industry. For more details visit www.theopma.ca.