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Denis Tremorin, MSc, PAg

Director, Sustainability
Pulse Canada

Denis is Director of Sustainability at Pulse Canada and is a Professional Agrologist with 14 years of experience. Denis received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Agroecology and Soil Science from the University of Manitoba. Denis works within a team at Pulse Canada which focuses on gaining recognition of pulses as healthy, nutritious and sustainable foods. Denis’ role explores the role that pulses can have in improving the environmental sustainability of food and agricultural systems. Denis has also works on environmental metrics that apply to Canadian cropping systems, and ensures that these metrics are representative and provide value for all players in the food supply chain.

Speaking:
Day 1 - Nov 01, 2022
1:00 PM

Panel: Perspectives on Sustainable Sourcing - Location and Processing Impacts

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Over the course of two days, Plant Forward will demonstrate the strength and integrity of Canada’s integrated supply chain, highlight sustainability initiatives and the latest innovations happening in Canadian crops and ingredients, and provide insights from trailblazing companies who have chosen Canada as their preferred place to invest in plant-based innovation.

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Rates:

Access to all Plant Forward in-person sessions including networking opportunities.

Regular: $1050

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Virtual access to event sessions, includes virtual access to all Plant Forward speaker sessions. Q&A and networking opportunities are unavailable for virtual pass.

Online only: $850

Important Registration Information:

  • Registration closes October 28
  • Early bird registration rates are available April 1 – July 31
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  • There will be no on-site registrations for Plant Forward. Attendees must be registered prior to coming on-site
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