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Source: BakingBusiness.com – Sosland Publishing Co.  The Foundation of the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FFPSA) announced that it has donated $5,000 to the non-profit organization, Bake for Life, during meetings at the iba 2018 trade fair, which was held in Munich, Germany, from Sept. 15 to 20. Based out of The Netherlands, Bake for Life
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The Foundation of the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FFPSA) today announced that it has made a donation in the amount of $5,000 to the non-profit organization, Bake for Life during meetings at the 2018 IBA Trade Fair in Munich, Germany.  Based out of the Netherlands, Bake for Life provides opportunities to young handicapped individuals through
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Recently FPSA conducted a survey of our membership to determine the impact that tariffs were having on their company and their customers.  The key findings from the survey were: Three times as many respondents said that US steel import tariffs had negatively impacted their business as compared to those who said it had a positive
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In late July, we announced the creation of our new Networks, among them the Technology Network. We knew that, of the three new groups, this one would raise this logical question, especially given the fact that FPSA members provide solutions that begin at the reception of ingredients in the plant and cover components every step
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Last month, FPSA announced a new structure of membership groups called Networks. While the long-standing Industry Councils have a vertical focus (e.g., bakery, meat, pet food), the Networks are horizontally organized to facilitate conversations across the entire food and beverage processing and packaging industry. The restructuring included creating three new Networks — Packaging, Food Safety,
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The Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA) has created an entirely new structure of substantive membership groups called Networks that create opportunities to network with professionals in similar disciplines and tackle critical issues spanning across the breadth of food and beverage industry segments that FPSA members operate in. As part of this announcement, three new Networks
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