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Osler Desouzart, Christine McCracken Confirmed as speakers for Annual Meeting

Osler Desouzart, a member of the Advisory Board of the World Agriculture Forum, and Christine McCracken, executive director at Rabobank, have been confirmed as speakers at the 2018 USAPEEC Annual Meeting June 11-15 in Costa Rica.

McCracken focuses on the animal protein industry, with an emphasis on North American pork and poultry. Before joining Rabobank, she spent 18 years as a sell-side food and agribusiness analyst and founding partner at Cleveland Research, an Ohio-based equity research firm.

See more in the May 7 edition of MondayLine.

Hatillo School Service Project gives members opportunity to help Costa Rican students

The 2018 USAPEEC Annual Meeting won’t be all about trade and the state of the industry, although that will be the primary focus of members as always.

This year’s meeting also will provide an opportunity for members and guests to help a group of school children in Costa Rica in a lasting and meaningful way through the Hatillo Elementary School Service Project.

The school is located in the community of Hatillo about a half-hour drive from the meeting’s host resort, the Westin Playa Conchal. The school has 65 students in grades K-6, and 40 volunteers from USAPEEC will make a trip there on the morning of Tuesday, June 12.

See more in the May 7 edition of MondayLine.

USAPEEC participates at Taiwan’s Dajia Mazu Pilgrimage

To show their respect to MaZu (Goddess of Heaven), tens of thousands of Taiwanese join the “Dajia Mazu Pilgrimage” each year in April.

The parade lasts 7-9 days and the participants pause at designated stops for meals.

This year, the pilgrimage stopped at Changhua where USAPEEC, working with a local importer, set up a U.S. chicken distribution station. The event, as always, attracted considerable attention from media, providing exposure to consumers in Taiwan of U.S. chicken products.

See more information in the May 7 edition of MondayLine.

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