Association of Food Industries

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3301 Route 66, Ste. 205, Bldg. C
Neptune NJ 07753

United States

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Nature Head Office
Year established 1906
Activity (SIC87) Real Estate Agents and Managers (6531)
No employees (address) 2 Employees
No employees 7 Employees
Kompass ID? USN00821410
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The Association of Food Industries Inc. is committed to developing programs that facilitate the business of its member companies, encourage free and fair trade, and foster compliance with US laws and regulations. Whether you’re looking for answers to government regulations, food standards, statistical data or just need help keeping up with the rapid pace of industry changes, AFI is here for you. Actively learning, participating in association activities and taking advantage of AFI’s benefits will keep you abreast of the latest food industry developments. AFI proactively monitors regulatory changes affecting the food import trade. AFI also holds an annual convention and meetings filled with important information and excellent networking opportunities.

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  • Apr 23 2020
    Participate in an event

    2020 Annual Convention



    A two-day gathering for U.S. food import professionals. Industry experts offer quality educational sessions, plus networking and cutting-edge information.  Scroll down to become a sponsor, or to meet our sponsors!
  • Feb 22 2020
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    Foreign Supplier Verification Training



    Location: Newark, N.J. & Anaheim, CA

    The United States requires food exported to the U.S. to meet U.S. food safety requirements. The Food Safety Modernization Act states importers are responsible to ensure the food they import meets U.S. regulations through a Foreign Supplier Verification Program.  AFI President Bob Bauer served on the task force that developed the standardized curriculum recognized by FDA and is an FSVP Lead Instructor. His work on the task force, understanding of the food import industry and experience in conducting numerous sessions of this course since it was ready in early 2017 make AFI’s offerings a valuable experience for attendees from all sectors.  The FSVP course is a two-day course that takes participants through the FSVP requirements and includes exercises to help them develop their company’s program. Attendees receive a certificate upon completion of the course but must attend the entire program to receive the certificate. Next sessions: Feb. 24-25 in Newark, N.J.; March 2-3 in Anaheim, Calif.
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Erin Jordan


Spoken languages  English

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SIC (US 1987) : Real Estate Agents and Managers (6531)

NAICS (US 2012) : Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers (531210)