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GMA Names Three New Members to Board of Directors Washington, D.C. – The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) today announced election of three new members to its Board of Directors: Steven A. Cahillane of Kellogg Company; Bobby J. Chacko of Ocean Spray Cranberries and Paul D. Chibe of Ferrero North America. GMA is the leading trade association for the food, beverage and consumer products manufacturing industry, which touches the lives of every American family every day. This industry.

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GMA Welcomes FDA’s Extension of Compliance Date for Nutrition Facts Panel Update

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) today welcomed the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announcing an extension of the compliance date for label changes to the Nutrition Facts Panel (NFP) on food and beverage products.

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GMA Welcomes USDA Release of the Proposed Rule on Biotech Disclosure Standard

(Washington, D.C.)  The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) issued the following statement on the release of the Proposed Rule for the Biotech Disclosure Standard by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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(Washington, D.C.) The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) announced today that it will award its prestigious 2018 Hall of Achievement Award to Irene Rosenfeld and Fred Morganthall. Rosenfeld is the retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Mondelēz International, Inc.; Morganthall served as Executive Vice President of Kroger and President of Harris Teeter. The Hall of Achievement Award, GMA’s highest honor, recognizes the service and extraordinary contributions of.

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FDA Comments on FSMA Implementation and Nutrition Facts Panel Updates During Luncheon Keynote Address (Washington, D.C.) The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) today kicked off its 2018 Science Forum in Washington, DC with a look at the ways industries are using digital innovations to meet evolving consumer trends and the challenges companies face to ensure that product innovations also produce safe, high-quality products that consumers expect. The GMA Science Forum also featured a.

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(Washington, D.C.) The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) today raised its “deep concern” about proposed global tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and urged President Trump to reconsider his planned action. These “tariffs will disrupt global supply chains, increase the cost of foods and beverages for hard-working families, and jeopardize positive economic gains achieved through tax reform,” wrote Pamela G. Bailey, GMA president and CEO, in a letter to President.

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