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Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention (OFVC)

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Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention (OFVC)

Time: February 23, 2022 at 9am to February 24, 2022 at 4pm
Location: Niagara Falls Convention Centre
City/Town: Niagara Falls, ON
Website or Map: https://www.ofvc.ca/
Phone: 905-945-5363
Event Type: convention
Organized By: Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention (OFVC)
Latest Activity: Jan 17

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The Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention (OFVC) is an annual 2-day gathering of horticultural crop producers involved in the production of fruits and vegetables. The convention is attended by a cross section of the horticultural sector including government, industry, business, consultants, producers, associations, researchers and educators from across Canada 

The Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention (OFVC) continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and the temporary measures implemented by the Government of Ontario starting today, January 5. Our intent is to move forward with planning for an in-person event on February 23-24 in Niagara Falls.

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NOTE: All sessions and speakers subject to change. Some presentations may be live-streamed or pre-recorded due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

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