– CANADA, Brampton – Organic Potash Corporation (CSE: OPC) today announced the appointment of Jean-Marc Anga Ph.D., M.B.A., to the Corporation’s Board of Directors.
“The appointment of Dr. Anga, provides OPC, with expertise and relationships that will significantly assist both the Board, the Corporation and its subsidiaries.” said Mrs. Heather Welner, President CEO.
About Dr Jean-Marc Anga
Dr. Anga brings extensive experience and expertise to the Board and has deep relationships in cocoa-producing countries at government level and in the cocoa and chocolate industry.
A national from the Ivory Coast, Dr. Anga has over thirty years’ experience in agricultural commodity development, including serving as Executive director of the International Cocoa Organization. Dr. Anga is a world-renowned expert on cocoa matters and has substantial knowledge and understanding of African socio-economic affairs coupled with a keen global perspective on sustainable commodity development. In October 2018, Dr. Anga left his position at the helm of the ICCO and is currently engaged in private business.
About Organic Potash Corporation
Through its proprietary patented technology, Organic Potash Corporation produces 99%+ pure potassium carbonate from the ash of agricultural waste, in particular, cocoa husks. The purity of the company’s potassium carbonate will allow Organic Potash Corporation to target multiple industries including the Agricultural and Pharmaceutical industry. Organic Potash Corporation is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario and its shares trade on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the trading symbol “OPC”.
For more information: http://www.organicpotash.com
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