MustGrow Biologics (CSE: MGRO) this morning had a major announcement, in that it has appointed Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer of Impossible Foods, David M Borecky, to its board of directors. The appointment will see the plant-based foods executive leverage his strong relationships within the global food industry to further the awareness of MustGrow’s natural biopesticide products.
Borecky currently holds an honors degree from Wilfred Laurier University in business, along with a masters degree from York University, along with numerous designations. His career has consisted of numerous senior management positions at large operations including Stripe, Inc, Square, and OpenText Corp, prior to his current role as CAO of Impossible Foods.
The appointment of Borecky is notable for MustGrow, given the network Borecky has developed within the food-tech space in Silicon Valley. Here, given MustGrow’s focus of a natural and environmentally-friendly food supply, Borecky will be able to push the adoption of the firms tech and the potential global impact it could have on how food is produced.
“David’s strong connections within the Silicon Valley and plant-based culture communities will prove instrumental in our development of plant-based biopesticides for a sustainable food supply. A director of David’s calibre is an exciting addition to the MustGrow team, particularly his prowess in large global corporate M&A transactions.”Brad Munro, Chairman of MustGrow Biologics
MustGrow Biologics last traded at $1.00 on the CSE.
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