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Saturday, January 17 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Food Safety, Food Portioning, Food Waste: What Role (and What Dilemmas?) for Packaging?

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Maple Leaf Foods is Canada's largest consumer packaged meats company. Packaging is critical for food safety, and helps meet the needs of changing demographics (e.g. smaller sized households requiring). Packaging can help reduce food waste but in itself generates different types of waste. Maple Leaf Foods sees sustainable operations as instrumental to responsible growth. This session enables participants to grapple with a real-life challenge for a leading Canadian food company. 

Facilitators
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Russ Gaskin

Managing Director, CoCreative Consulting
Russ is a consultant and mentor who helps people who don’t know each other and often don’t even like each other solve complex problems together.  He speaks and works around the world on social innovation, human-centered design, and leveraging diversity as a source of strategic innovation.  Russ’ firm, CoCreative, specializes in developing collective impact networks to solve complex problems like revitalizing distressed... Read More →

Speakers
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Anne Tennier

VP Environmental Affairs and Sustainability, Maple Leaf Foods
Anne has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and a Masters in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick. Born and educated in Quebec and New Brunswick, Anne is fully bilingual. She is a registered professional engineer in Ontario and Alberta and is one of a handful of Certified Environmental Professionals in the food and beverage industry in Canada. Anne has 30 years’ experience in managing environmental issues. Her career has... Read More →


Saturday January 17, 2015 3:00pm - 4:30pm
St-Pierre 900 de la gauchetière ouest

Attendees (30)