Consumer Planning Program Committee

The Consumer Planning Program is managed by IFMA members who have made financial contributions to lead and support the program's initiatives. These Committee members drive the strategic direction of comprehensive areas of study focusing on the most critical issues affecting the foodservice industry today. Learn more.

Learn more about what it takes to be a CPP member by contacting Mike Schwartz at mike@ifmaworld.com.

2012 Consumer Planning Program Presentation

Committee members can view the 2012 Consumer Planning program final presentation given by Datassential on January 10, 2013.

Welcome to the Consumer Planning Program Committee!

Thank you for being part of the Consumer Planning Committee! Read on for tips on how to take advantage of this resource page.

Webinar: Consumer Planning Program Healthy, GMOs & Local

This is the third of a series of webinars for 2015 CPP members. The webinar series, hosted by IFMA and Datassential's Jack Li, will cover all topics from the 2015 CPP report, including deep dives and micro reports. This third webinar focused on healthy, GMOs & local.

Webinar: Consumer Planning Program Food with a Story

This is the fifth of a series of webinars for 2015 CPP members. The webinar series, hosted by IFMA and Datassential's Jack Li, will cover all topics from the 2015 CPP report, including deep dives and micro reports. This fifth webinar focused on food with a story.

Webinar: Consumer Planning Program Foodservice at Home

This is the fourth of a series of webinars for 2015 CPP members. The webinar series, hosted by IFMA and Datassential's Jack Li, will cover all topics from the 2015 CPP report, including deep dives and micro reports. This fourth webinar focused on foodservice at home.

Mar 05

Chain Operators EXchange (COEX)

The IFMA Chain Operators EXchange (COEX) enables chain operators to take advantage of business building insights and create personal connections with leading manufacturers. With dozens of high-profile operators on the planning committee, the program truly is created "by operators, for operators."