Washington Insights Committee

IFMA has formed a committee to explore the creation of a new service called "Washington Insights" that would provide IFMA members with a new value added service that monitors and reports on government and regulatory matters that have potential to directly impact the foodservice manufacturer community.

The vision for Washington Insights is NOT to lobby on the member's behalf, but to provide information and clarity to proposed legislation allowing for timely and appropriate strategy development - a need that was identified in our 2010 strategic planning sessions.

Who will the FDA recognize to conduct food safety audits?

Food Safety Modernization Act - proposed rule would establish a program to recognize certification bodies that would provide accreditation to third-party auditors to conduct food safety audits and issue certifications of foreign food facilities.

How does the FDA define "Smart Snacks in School"?

USDA Food and Nutrition Service released an interim final rule to establish nutrition standards for all foods sold in schools, other than food sold under the lunch and breakfast programs.

Your role to ensure foreign supplies must U.S. food safety standards

Food Safety Modernization Act - proposed rule would establish guidelines by which importers must verify that food products being imported from their foreign suppliers meet U.S. food safety standards.

National Conference: Successful Strategies in the Global Market

Please join Faegre Baker Daniels on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 in Minneapolis, MN for a dynamic full-day Food & Agriculture 2014 National Conference. The event will bring together national industry leaders, in-house counsel, business executives and regulatory representatives from global, market-leading companies.

WI June 18 Committee Meeting Agenda

Click here for the WI June 18 Committee Meeting Agenda.

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."