Associated New York State Food Processors



Associated New York State Food Processors Related

New York State Museum:: This has been an exciting fall as two major exhibitions marked the sesquicentennial of the Civil War. On September 19, the Board of Regents of the NYS Education Department, the State Museum, State Library, and State Archives, launched a statewide tour of an American treasure—the only surviving draft of the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, written in Abraham Lincoln’s own hand. This groundbreaking exhibition, titled "The First Step to Fr

New York State Turfgrass Association:: The mission of the NYSTA is to unify, lead and promote professionalism among people interested in the turfgrass industry.

New York State Maple Producers Association:: Represents approximately 500 syrup makers in North America. Provides a description of maple products, list of maple producers, maple events and tours, maple facts and maple recipes.

Environmental Impact Assessment in New York State:: Regulations and related requirements, guidance for analyzing impacts, electronic copies of past state EISs, and downloadable forms.

New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets:: Our mission is to foster a competitive food and agriculture industry that benefits producers and consumers alike. Agriculture makes up one-quarter of the State's land area and contributes immensely to the quality of life in New York State by generating economic activity and producing wholesome products to nourish our families. We work diligently to promote a viable agricultural industry, foster agricultural environmental stewardship, and safeguar

New York State Forest Owner's Association (NYFOA):: Nonprofit organization of land owners interested in forest stewardship: sustainable harvesting, wildlife, recreation and aesthetics.

California League of Food Processors:: Representing fruit and vegetable processors from the Golden State since 1905. Includes processing tomato and peach statistics, legislative updates, and upcoming meetings and events.

Midwest Food Processors Association, Inc.:: Results-oriented trade association, furnishing its member companies with information on government regulations, technical affairs and industry matters.

Northwest Food Processors Association:: Trade association which promotes the food processing industry in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Includes events, membership application, advocacy and issues.

New Jersey Food Processors Association (NJFPA):: The New Jersey Food Processors Association (NJFPA) is an organization of manufacturers and suppliers of food and agricultural products joined together to promote best practices, share information and expand the food industry of New Jersey and the surrounding region. The NJFPA was chartered in 1934, although its origins date to 1904. Its Manufacturing Member companies represent all facets of the New Jersey food processing industry, including meat

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Italian Cheese Organization
Hizon's Catering
Michigan Mobile Food Vendors Association (MMFVA)
California Association of Food Banks (CAFB)