WASHINGTON — Scientific and legislative expertise came together in the 2007 merger of the Grocery Manufacturers Association and the Food Products Association. Now, 18 months after the two groups combined forces, the laboratory specialization that was the hallmark of the FPA and the political lobbying clout that was the backbone of the GMA are functioning together to represent the packaged goods industry on such issues as food safety and sustainability. “I'm very pleased with the merger of ...

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