Savoura – 100% Female Leadership Takes the Torch of the Quebec Company

MIRABEL, QC – The entire SAVOURA team is pleased to announce that Peggie Clermont and Caroline Dalpé respectively occupy and, from now on, the Chair of the Board of Directors and the General Manager of the organization. Peggie Clermont , a new associate at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton , is very familiar with the Quebec company, having been a senior financial advisor for several years. As for Caroline Dalpé, it is in continuity that she pursues her mission to manage the company in the position of general manager, a position she has held since 2014.

For the new President, it is the teamwork and innovative ideas of each of its members that will maintain the pace of success and ensure the consistent development of the organization. ” I am confident that we have all the elements in place to meet the important challenges ahead. It’s as a team, and as a team only, that we will succeed in achieving the big projects we have on the table , “said Peggie Clermont . As for Caroline Dalpé , she said, “It is a real privilege for me to be able to pursue the objectives of a sustainable and responsible agriculture that our company has set for itself over the last few years. Environmental issues, greenhouse organic farming, packaging and the employability of different people and many others are unavoidable issues for us . SAVOURA and SAVOURA BIO are brands that carry strong values, that’s why they are respected by the public, it is in this spirit that we will continue our development , “concluded the Director General.

About Serres SagamiSavoura / Organic Savoura

Serres Sagami  markets different varieties of tomatoes for the Quebec, Canadian and North American markets. It has been growing and marketing organic tomatoes since 2011. These tomatoes are now available under the brand name Savoura BIO . Since 2012, the company has made many acquisitions to develop its production, the largest, concluded in April 2015, is the acquisition of the facilities of Serres du Saint-Laurent , and the famous brand Savoura . Since December 2017, it has marketed strawberries produced at its Danville site in Estrie and, since the fall of 2018, organic mini cucumbers in Saguenay . The company currently operates a total of 32 hectares at nine production sites throughout Quebec and focuses its new investments on a sustainable development perspective.

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