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Abbotsford, B.C., June 11, 2012 . Gizella’s Pastry received the BC Food Processors Hall of Fame Award at the FoodProWest 2012 Awards Gala on Tuesday, June 5th, 2012. Maheb Nathoo of Earth’s Own Food Compan y received the Leadership Award and Fresh Direct Produce received the BCFPA Member of the Year Award , whilst the Rising Star Award went to Charles Chang of Vega , and the Innovation Award to Rick Gibbs of Neutron Factory Works ,. Freybe Gourmet Foods was awarded the Sustainability Award . One new award was added this year: the Product of the Year Award was jointly won by Daiya Foods’...
Abbotsford, May 8, 2012. The BC Food Processors Association is happy to announce the Finalists in the 2012 BC Food Processors Product of the Year Award. Seven awards were approved by a judging committee of the BCFPA Board of Directors, the finalists for the first six awards were announced last week ( http://bcfpa.ca/story/2012/04/30/2012-bc-food-processors-award-finalists-announced )
For the seventh, and newest award, Product of the Year, 12 nominations were received. As they included a...
Abbotsford, April 30, 2012. The BC Food Processors Association is happy to announce the Finalists in the 2012 BC Food Processors Awards.
Seven awards were approved by a judging committee of the BCFPA Board of Directors. Please see the attached PDF for the full list of 2012 finalists.
Chilliwack, BC, December 21, 2011 – Following its launch earlier this year, the Food Innovation Centre of BC has selected its new CEO, Mike Leslie. Mr. Leslie has more than 25 years in the food industry, with experience in both the domestic and international markets. His background includes management and board positions and he has worked with food processors on a wide range of products.
Abbotsford, B.C., October 21, 2011 . “We are delighted with the announcement of the BC Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation on the steps they are taking to further encourage business immigrants to invest in B.C. through the BC Provincial Nominee Program,” Nico Human, BCFPA CEO says. “We are particularly pleased to see that the BC PNP’s Entry Level and Semi-Skilled pilot will now become a permanent program. This is something we fought hard to get into place, and to hear that it will now stay in place is truly heartwarming.
See the attached file for the full...