Nova Scotia Fisherman heads West to the CHFA Trade Show!

April 01, 2015

East and West coasters both have great views from the scenic to natural products, so we are excited to head west to meet old and new friends at the CHFA West Trade show! This is the largest conference and trade show in Western Canada serving the natural health and organics industry. We look forward to meeting other companies who’s values match ours and we can’t wait to share Nova Scotia Fisherman products with the lovely west coasters! 

We are also featured in a special edition magazine for the CHFA show, check us out on page 15!

http://issuu.com/ihr_magazine/docs/ihr_chfa_issue_full

Saturday, April 11 & Sunday, April 12, 2015 (10:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Vancouver Convention Centre, West Building, Vancouver, BC


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