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Sylvain Charlebois

 

Sylvain Charlebois is professor in food distribution policy and senior director/AGRI-FOOD ANALYTICS LAB at Dalhousie University. He is the author of "The Food Processor" blog series for Canadian Grocer. 

 

 

Kathy Perrotta

 

Kathy Perrotta is a VP of Marketing with Ipsos Canada and leads the FIVE service, a daily diary tracking of what individuals ate and drank yesterday across all categories/ brands, occasions and venues. She is the author of the "Eating in Canada" blog series for Canadian Grocer. [email protected]

 

Carman Allison

 

Carman Allison is vice-president of consumer insights at Nielsen in Toronto. He is the author of the "Shopper Sense" blog series for Canadian Grocer. 

 

 

Kelly Herdin

 

Kelly Herdin is the Food Marketing Manager at Federated Co-operatives Limited, a co-operative federation providing central wholesaling, manufacturing, marketing and administrative services to its approximately 225 member-owners across Western Canada. She is the author of "The Co-Op View" blog series for Canadian Grocer. 

 

Joel Gregoire

Joel Gregoire

 

Joel Gregoire is a food and beverage industry analyst. He is the author of the "A Seat at the Table" blog series for Canadian Grocer. Follow him on Twitter @JoelDGregoire

 

 

Hanif Mohamed

Hanif Mohamed

 

Hanif Mohamed is senior vice-president of retail services at NielsenIQ in Toronto.

 

 

Ransom Hawley

Ransom Hawley

 

Ransom Hawley, former packaged goods leader, is founder and CEO at Caddle Inc., the largest mobile-first insights platform that rewards Canadians for sharing data and engaging with brands. 

 

 

Matt Godinsky

Matt Godinsky

 

Matt Godinsky is an analyst at Euromonitor International, an independent provider of strategic market research. Euromonitor.com

 

 

Sarah Alter

 

Sarah Alter is president and CEO of the Network of Executive Women, a learning, leadership and gender equality advocacy organization representing nearly 13,500 members in Canada and the United States. To learn more, visit Newonline.org