OPMA’s Annual Golf Tournament

Every year the OPMA hosts a golf tournament for our partners in the fresh produce industry. In the last few years, the OPMA golf tournament has expanded to 36 holes and 288 golfers at the beautiful Lionhead Golf & Country Club.  Everyone from growers to retailers participate, making this a much-anticipated event every year. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or have never stepped onto a course, this is a great opportunity to network and show your support for the produce industry.
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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Lionhead Golf & Country Club
8525 Mississauga Road
Brampton ON  L6Y 0C1


OPMA’s Annual Gala Event

The OPMA’s premier event is a Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony held every year in the fall. The event is a social outing and networking event bringing together our produce industry partners and their significant others. For those who need an excuse for a fun night out, here it is! This is the most anticipated event of the year in Ontario where we honour and award those partners who have significantly contributed to improving the industry.
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Friday, November 17, 2017

Universal Event Space
6250 Highway 7
Vaughan ON L4H 4G3


Curling Bonspiel

The OPMA’s Annual Curling Bonspiel. Come out and join members of the produce industry for a fun-filled day on the ice!

The day includes:

  • lessons for all of the rookies
  • awards and great prizes
  • lots of hot coffee and a delicious lunch

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February 25, 2017

Granite Club
2350 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON  M2L 1E4


OPMA’s 2nd Annual Family Bowling Tournament

The OPMA’s newest social event! Invite your business associates, customers, or family members and plan for a fun afternoon of bowling. All prices include lunch & shoe rental
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Saturday, April 1st, 2017

Planet Bowl
5555 Eglinton Avenue West
Etobicoke ON  M9C 5M1


Reducing Food Loss Workshops

Supported by Agricultural Adaptation Council funding, the Ontario Produce Marketing Association (OPMA) is partnering with and engaging Value Chain Management International (VCMI) to undertake a project that aims to reduce food loss and waste (FLW) along the value chain: grower, packer, shipper, wholesaler, distributor, retail or foodservice, and ultimately the consumer. The purpose of the project is to raise industry awareness and create the skills required to measurably reduce FLW in Ontario’s wider horticultural industry and markets.

These outcomes will be achieved by working with chosen industry leaders/OPMA members to create materials and daily management tools, which will be shared with industry through a series of eight workshops, media articles, industry newsletters, and webinars. Industry leaders will be trained in how to identify and address the root causes of FLW, resulting in opportunities to improve the competitiveness of Ontario’s fresh produce industry by implementing sustainable programs for reducing FLW along the entire value chain.

Targeting a minimum of 20 individuals per workshop (i.e., 160 individuals in total), the workshops are expected to involve a one-day classroom and one-day value chain walk format. Materials developed for the workshops and training will be shared with the produce industry and other non-produce food industries.

$25 will be charged to cover the cost of lunch which will be provided.

For more information, please contact: Virginia Zimm 416-519-9390 ext. 234 or virginia@theopma.ca

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

OPMA Boardroom
165 The Queensway
Toronto ON  M8Y 1H8