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Posted on Tuesday December 6, 2016

The Organic Council of Ontario (OCO) needs your input! Help guide the future of organic in Ontario by participating in this organic sector consultation for a chance win great prizes, such as 50% off your next Ecocert inspection, VIP tickets to the 2017 Guelph Organic Conference and much more. If you are an organic producer […]

Posted on Tuesday December 6, 2016

Join the Canada Organic Trade Association (COTA) and the Organic Council of Ontario (OCO) Saturday January 28, starting at 7:30 p.m. for a night of networking, socializing and celebrating organic at the Albion Hotel in Guelph. Enjoy light food and drinks while bidding on organic goodie baskets for raffle. All proceeds will go towards COTA […]

Posted on Tuesday December 6, 2016

The Canadian Trade Association (COTA) and Export Development Canada (EDC) will host a joint webinar about international exports and the organic sector this Thursday, December 8. Speakers will include Tia Loftsgard (Executive Director at COTA) and Peter G. Hall (Vice-President & Chief Economist at EDC). Tune in at 1 p.m. EST to their talk on […]

Posted on Tuesday November 29, 2016

COTA ­will host the Organic Pavilion at the 2017 SIAL Canada trade show taking place May 2-4 at Toronto’s Enercare Centre. Come meet the players in the retail, food-service and food-processing sectors from Canada, the United States, and 60 other countries. COTA members are eligible for an exclusive 18.5% discount. Register now.

Posted on Tuesday November 29, 2016

Become an investor in the future of organic by supporting the Canada Organic Trade Association’s 2017 Annual Fund. Your investment supports COTA’s key initiatives and enables COTA to lead the organic conversation on your behalf through its government relations, consumer education and media outreach initiatives. Pledge your support for COTA today!

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