FEDA advocates on behalf of foodservice equipment distributors and dealers in every way it possibly can.
We advocate for strategic alliances and initiatives that strengthen the foodservice equipment industry. We bring distributors and dealers together to examine data, trends and research to determine how, as a group and individually, we can forge a strong and profitable future. We encourage all members to become involved with this work at a leadership or committee level or through participating in FEDA advocacy programs or actions.
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FEDA works to ensure the most responsible, innovative and efficient use of its resources to support members at the highest level possible. Member services include providing AutoQuotes access, researching industry issues, supporting members as they register for conferences or training, or arranging for certification scholarships. Please call or email our staff anytime.
FEDA’s Education Foundation guides our efforts to link distributors and dealers to the best industry education and training programs possible.
FEDA offers education and training support through conferences, seminars, online webinars, and other educational tools. Also, the Education Foundation, through the support of its donors, provides foodservice certification program scholarships for members.
FEDA’s meetings and events focus on and support emerging distributor and channel needs, including how to achieve strong alignment with our industry partners and how to attract, retain, and develop young industry talent. Look for upcoming FEDA and industry events.
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For the fourth consecutive year, PartnerShip has joined the program to manage logistics in an environmentally responsible way.
This week’s series will feature NPD Group’s David Portalatin and National Restaurant Association’s Hudson Riehle.
According to NAW, the chances of a pandemic relief package coming before the Nov. 3 election are slim.
Updated guidance addresses face coverings, ventilation, personal hygiene as well as food handling licenses.
Though sales for the week ending Oct. 11 were down, full-service restaurants saw the most growth in the third quarter compared to quarter two, reports Black Box Intelligence.