Andy Garton, Nigel Harris and Gillian Kynoch of Albert The Fresh Produce Consortium

The Fresh Produce Consortium has appointed Andy Garton of Morrisons, Nigel Harris of Fresh Direct and Gillian Kynoch of Albert Bartlett to its council for two-year terms. The appointment of Jim Rogers as president for 2012-13 was also approved at the AGM in June.

Simon Martin and Nigel Harris agreed to act as joint vice-president for 2012-13. Re-elected to council for a further term of two years were Chris Hutchinson, Richard Thompson, Michael Velasco and Nigel Jenney. Co-opted directors elected by the council to stand for a further year are Richard Brighton, Anthony Levy and Jim Jefcoate.

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