Barbara Hiden Talks about ABA's Priority Issues

Posted by IFMA September 11, 2014

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On September 24, 2014, Barbara Hiden, Vice President of Federal Affairs for the American Beverage Association, the trade group that represents the nation's non-alcoholic beverage industry will be our guest speaker. She has spent most of her career representing beverage bottlers covering a range of issues impacting the industry in the areas of health and wellness and packaging and recycling.

Barabara will talk about ABA's priority issues, including the beverage tax initiatives and legislation. She will also take questions following her presentation. 

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