The National Food Processors Association (NFPA) has announced that the Association’s name will be changed to the Food Products Association (FPA).
U.S. Trade Representative
FPA applauds the nomination of Robert Portman as U.S. Trade Representative.
A new report on acrylamide in food recommends that national governments encourage consumers to follow established dietary guidelines and eat a well-balanced diet consisting of a wide variety of foods in moderation.
FPA called the U.S. Senate’s passage of a resolution to overturn USDA’s minimal risk region rule “a blow to sound science”
18th Annual DuPont Awards
FPA cosponsors DuPont Awards, entries accepted until April 30, 2005
When it comes to sodium, consumers have the information they need to make informed food choices, FPA said in response to a report on sodium consumption
The Food Processors Institute
The National Food Laboratory
The National Food Processors Association is the largest trade association serving the food and beverage industry in the United States and worldwide, representing member companies on scientific and public policy issues involving food safety, food security, nutrition, consumer affairs and international trade. In 2005, NFPA will become the Food Products Association (FPA).
NFPA launched its first international office: NFPA-Asia, headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand since world trade is both essential and profitable for the processed food industry.