There is a great national debate taking place about the food we eat and the products we use in our homes.
On July 17 in Washington, DC, the food, beverage and consumer product industry is coming together with policy experts and opinion leaders to address the food, health and consumer product policy questions confronting consumers and the world.
The Growth and Public Policy Summit will connect policymakers from Congress and the administration, CPG industry leadership and allied trade associations with the foremost issue experts from the agriculture, health, food and consumer product policy communities to discuss the most important issues facing the CPG industry.
The educational content and speaker line-up is being carefully crafted to highlight emerging issues in our industry and the global economy. The extraordinary program will feature a wide variety of policy discussions on topics such as climate change, nutrition, the global supply chain, ingredient safety and green chemistry, packaging, drought, sustainability, agriculture, public health and social media.
From food safety to health and wellbeing, sustainability and ingredient safety, we have a great story to tell. We all benefit when the best leaders and most impressive thinkers convene to advance our collective thinking to an even higher level.
With a newly-elected Congress in place and 2014 politics already on the horizon, the Summit presents the perfect opportunity for our collective industry – manufacturers, retailers, suppliers and knowledge partners – to tell our story, to impact the public policy discussions of today and to develop the relationships that will help us successfully navigate future challenges.
Conference attendees are responsible for making their own room reservations at the L'Enfant Plaza Hotel by calling 1-800-635-5065 or reserve online at L'Enfant Plaza Hotel using the group code GMA713. Please be certain to mention you are attending the GMA Growth and Public Policy Summit when making your reservation to secure the group rate of $249.00, plus applicable taxes. Group rates and availability cannot be guaranteed after the cut-off date of June 28, 2013 at 5:00pm EST.
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