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NAMI and FMI: New Look for the Annual Meat Conference

Friday, October 21, 2022

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WASHINGTON, DC – The North American Meat Institute and FMI – The Food Industry Association today unveiled a new look for the Annual Meat Conference (AMC) while promising a renewed, high-impact forum to encourage strategic trading partner experiences and to better deliver on the demands from the meat customer.

“Our pulse on the shopper has never wavered, but we recently made some new discoveries about our organizations, the businesses we represent and how we deliver an event experience to support our members’ goals for innovation and growth,” said the organizations. “We decided that 2023 is our year to design a brand with the team at Midan Marketing that evokes a modern, personalized protein experience.”

See the new look here: https://www.meatconference.com/

AMC 2023 will explore protein’s attributes and advantages according to attendees’ unique business needs by:

The Annual Meat Conference 2023 is March 6-8 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. To learn more and register, please visit meatconference.com.

About FMI

As the food industry association, FMI works with and on behalf of the entire industry to advance a safer, healthier and more efficient consumer food supply chain. FMI brings together a wide range of members across the value chain — from retailers that sell to consumers, to producers that supply food and other products, as well as the wide variety of companies providing critical services — to amplify the collective work of the industry. www.FMI.org

About North American Meat Institute

The Meat Institute is the United States’ oldest and largest trade association representing packers and processors of beef, pork, lamb, veal, turkey, and processed meat products. NAMI members include over 350 meat packing and processing companies, the majority of which have fewer than 100 employees, and account for over 95 percent of the United States’ output of meat and 70 percent of turkey production. www.meatinstitute.org

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