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, Dec 19, 2014

A new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report suggests that USDA and FDA need to better coordinate on a vision of a federal food-safety culture. Continue reading.

Fri, Dec 19, 2014

Secretary of State Kate Brown has certified recount results showing the defeat of a ballot measure to require labels on genetically modified foods, officially making Oregon the fourth state in the West to reject the idea.  Read more.

Thu, Dec 18, 2014

MWFPA's 2014 annual report is now available for online viewing or download. The report provides a snapshot of MWFPA's 2014 successes and highlights the many services provided by MWFPA to its members over the year.

MWFPA Events



January 20, 2015 - Madison, WI
January 22, 2015 - Rochester, MN


  February 11-12, 2015- Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells, WI.
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