Washington Insights

Washington Insights provides 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. For members wanting to understand regulatory and legislative issues and their unique implication to foodservice suppliers, IFMA provides this unique perspective in ways that make it easy to stay up-to-date.

Food Safety Modernization Act Implementation Insights

With the 2011 enactment of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), the regulatory landscape for the foodservice industry and its suppliers has begun to change. FSMA's passage was the most substantial overhaul of food safety regulations in nearly 70 years. 

Nutrition Labeling Insights

Washington, D.C. food sector insiders are closely watching the U.S. Supreme Court deliberations on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, aka health reform).

Washington Insights Update: Food Safety Modernization Act, Hunger-Free Kids Act & more

The Washington Insights initiative was launched in the fall of 2012 to provide timely information to IFMA members on government actions and their impacts on our industry. The Washington Insights Committee has identified four main areas from which the relevant policy developments are tracked, analyzed, and reported for the benefit of the broader IFMA membership.

Recap of Washington Insights Community Call on Dec. 12

The Washington Insights Community hosted a conference call to report on legislative developments that uniquely impact the foodservice industry. In case you missed it, listen to the call now.

Welcome to the Washington Insights Community!

Thank you for being part of the Washington Insights Community! Read on for tips on how to take advantage of this resource page.

Jun 12

Navy Foodservice Ashore Solutions Conference

This conference is for all on-shore military personnel, affiliates and foodservice professionals including 100+ military, Department of Defense (DOD) and 50 food manufacturers. The event makes up an eclectic group of industry personnel. 

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