Manitoba Harvest’s Manitoba Cül Company Podcast Now Available

Jun 6, 2009 | Corporate Member News

 

Mike Fata, President and co-founder of Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods and Oils

Mike Fata, President and co-founder of Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods and Oils

Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods and Oils is a vertically integrated hemp food manufacturer, offering the freshest and highest quality staple hemp food products in the world.

In just ten years Manitoba Harvest has grown from three employees to 31; moved to a 20,000 square foot, state of the art kosher certified and organic certified facility; sells nationally in Canada and the U.S.; and is reaching into Europe and Japan.

Check out insights and lessons learned from one of Manitoba’s leading-edge entrepreneurs, Mike Fata, President and co-founder of Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods and Oils by accessing the podcast here. The interview covers a range of topics including Manitoba Harvest’s incredible perseverance to achieve success and its commitment to environmental sustainability.

At the same location you can access earlier episodes:

  • Jim and Glori Slater, founders of K9 Storm
  • Robb Denomme, CEO, Genuwine Cellars
  • Rory Bochinski, President, Shocknife®
  • Heidi Reimer-Epp, General Manager, Botanical PaperWorks

Find out more about Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods and Oils by accessing its website here.   

And tune in to the Manitoba Cül Company radio show on 92.9 Kick FM every first Tuesday of the month.

To suggest a Cül Company or to send in a question for a Cül Company email [email protected].

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