Jimmy Coppola


500 Essex Road 18, Leamington, Ontario, Canada
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(519) 322-2351
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Last Updated 2/3/2017

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"Our greenhouse vegetables are always the freshest, most flavorful and grower-direct gourmet greenhouse produce available in today's marketplace," said Jimmy Coppola, account and marketing manager for Westmoreland.
"We will be showcasing some new items from our 'Gourmet Dippers' and our 'Gourmet Browns' tomatoes alongside all our other specialty items at Booth No. 1715 at the CPMA Convention & Trade Show on April 15-17 in Montreal," he said. Coppola said that more Canadian visitors attend the CPMA event than from other countries, and they represent all categories of the produce industry. "Canadian attendees are followed by professionals from the United States and Mexico," he noted. "The facility spans some 60,000-square-feet," said Coppola.

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"We will be attending this year's New England Produce Council Produce & Floral Expo 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Newport Hotel & Spa on Sept. 11," said Jimmy Coppola, account manager and marketing representative for Westmoreland Sales in Leamington, ON. "We invite visitors to stop by and say hello to us at our exhibition booth, number 209, where Tony Cappelli and Lisa Sirizzotti will be greeting visitors."
Coppola noted that the company will be featuring its new award-winning "TopLine Creations. This line of packaged greenhouse produce offers the inclusion of olive oil packets. Coppola said that it's a perfect item for salad lovers on-the-go, or just to add that little extra touch to make for an unforgettable snack. The product won an award in the Best New Produce category at the 2014 Canadian Produce Marketing Association this year. 2014-CPMA-Best-New-Product- 'TopLine Creations' line of packaged greenhouse produce with olive oil packets won the 'Best New Produce' category award at the 2014 Canadian Produce Marketing Association."Our first roll-out of the olive oil pack has been very well received," Coppola noted. Coppola pointed out that water conservation is the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to reduce the demand for water. Coppola stressed that the NEPC Expo is an important event for Westmoreland Sales. "This expo provides us with the opportunity to see long-time business partners and to meet new ones," he said.

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Jimmy Coppola, account manager, marketing, for Westmoreland Sales/TopLine, headquartered in Leamington, ON, told The Produce News that the company continues to grow, pack and ship all of its gourmet greenhouse produce.
"Our line of greenhouse produce is comprised of beefsteak tomatoes, cluster tomatoes, Roma tomatoes, seedless cucumbers, mini seedless cucumbers and bell peppers," said Coppola. "In addition, we produce a long list of specialty products such as grape tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, cocktail tomatoes, mini Roma tomatoes, mini sweet pepper, hot pepper, baby eggplant and much more." Westmoreland Sales' greenhouses are located in Ontario and it also has investments in greenhouses in Mexico, Central America, the U.S. and in Europe to help support it partner-customers 365 days a year. "We are always looking for new strategic locations to expand our operations," said Coppola. "Currently we are looking into more opportunities in Mexico, Central America, the United States and the Dominican Republic." Westmoreland Sales' Canadian production starts in early to mid-February and runs through mid- to late December. Coppola said that for the short period of time that Canada is not producing, the company turns to its investment greenhouse partners in Mexico, who also supplement the company's production year-round. The company markets its line of high quality greenhouse produce under the "TopLine" brand name. "We are fortunate to have some of the best partners around," noted Coppola. The company is fully up to date with all of its food safety initiatives and is in the process of finalizing its non-GMO status, which Coppola said is expected to be completed in the near future. Westmoreland Sales is acutely aware of the strong locally grown trend and it is stepping up to base to meet the demand. "The locally grown movement will always be around and will grow in time," said Coppola.

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