New directors elected to DRC

The Fruit and Vegetable Dispute Resolution Corporation (DRC) held its board of directors and annual general meeting virtually from June 2-4, 2021. DRC staff reported on the audited financial statements and key priorities including membership, marketing, and trading assistance. The Board also received updates from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency on Destination Inspection Services, implementation of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations and the DRC grade standards project.

 

 During the AGM, the members elected Frank Spagnuolo (Canada), Tony Martin (Canada), Robert Guenther (USA), George Pitsikoulis (Canada), Gerardo Mena Prieto (Mexico) and Felipe Silva (Chile) as directors.

 

Source:  Dispute Resolution Corporation July 30, 2021 newsletter

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