Association of Food Industries

What Is AFI?

Association of Food Industries is committed to developing programs that facilitate the business of its member companies, encourage free and fair trade, and foster compliance with U.S. laws and regulations.

Whether your company needs help with government regulations, food standards, statistical data, or just 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 many member benefits will keep you on the food industry's cutting edge.

AFI pro-actively monitors regulatory changes affecting the food import trade, and holds an annual convention, town meetings and many networking opportunities each year.

Why Join AFI? 
Who Belongs to AFI?
Meet Our Board and Staff

5 Ways
AFI Can Help Your Company

 Get up-to-the-minute industry info via our bulletins, newsletters & website

 Increase your company's visibility in the U.S. food trade

 Get support on legislative & regulatory issues

 Get arbitration services for dispute  resolution

 Access our on-call staff for issues & concerns


"No instructor has had more participants take the FSVP course than Bob. The course serves as a microcosm of how associations benefit their members." -- Steve O'Mara, J.F. Braun & Sons

2019 AFI Convention

Pictures from the 2019 AFI Annual Convention in Austin, Texas.

Upcoming Events

The Association of Food Industries, Inc., is a nonprofit trade association incorporated since 1906 in New York State. It pursues the diverse interests of the membership, which includes the Importers of Nuts & Agricultural Products and their Suppliers abroad; the Importers of Processed Foods and their Suppliers abroad; Importers and Marketers of Olive Oil; Packers and Dealers of Honeyand Companies that provide services to the food industry.