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OPMA's Jeff Honey retires

Honey leaves the association after 24 years and plans to work as a consultant

Jeff Honey has retired from the Ontario Produce Marketing Association (OPMA). His last official day was April 9.

Honey served as OPMA's director of training and development for 24 years. In a press release, Honey is credited with playing a critical role in "providing inspections for OPMA members." During this time at OPMA he conducted close to 5,000 inspections.

"Jeff’s expertise in the area of produce quality assessment is unrivalled and the OPMA is very fortunate to have had him as part of the team for the last 24 years,” said OPMA president Michelle Broom. "We wish him the very best in his retirement."

Honey will work as an industry consultant and as such, becomes an OPMA member.

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