Midwest Food Processors Association, Inc.

The Midwest Food Processors Association, Inc. is a trade association that advocates on behalf of food processing companies and affiliated industries in Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.  Established in 1905 as the Wisconsin Canners Association, today the association represents a more diverse group of food processors on a variety of food issues.  The primary role of MWFPA is to influence public policy and make the Midwest a great place for food processors to do business.  The association's activities can be summarized in four words; advocate, educate, communicate, and facilitate.  Go to Association Profile for more information.  




Fri, Jan 30, 2015

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Wisconsin is still the national leader in production of snap beans, and one of the top producers overall of vegetables for processing. Continue reading.

Thu, Jan 29, 2015

The House Agriculture Committee has announced the subcommittee appointments for the 114th Congress. Of special note to the food processing industry are:

Wed, Jan 21, 2015

The European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) comprehensive re-evaluation of bisphenol A (BPA) exposure and toxicity concludes that BPA poses no health risk to consumers of any age group (including unborn children, infants and adolescents) at current exposure levels. Exposure from the diet or from a combination of sources (diet, dust, cosmetics and thermal paper) is considerably under the safe level (the “tolerable daily intake” or TDI) according to EFSA whose role in the EU food safety system is to carry out scientific risk assessment.  Continue reading.

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