CLFP Insider
March 13, 2018
CLFP News
 
   
CLFP saw an increase in both exhibitors, including many exhibiting for the first time, and attendees at Food Processing Expo 2018, held February 21-22 at the Sacramento Convention Center.
 
 
   
CLFP will hold its 2018 Annual Board of Directors Meeting April 19-20 in Anaheim at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel. CLFP will honor outgoing chair Janet Edwards of the Musco Family Olive Co. and announce its new slate of officers.
 
Several CLFP Committees will meet in May, and CLFP will host a Proposition 65 Workshop in July.
 
   Admix, Inc.    
Industry News
Last, week, President Trump announced new import tariffs on steel and aluminum that will likely affect the cost of cans and other packaging. CLFP is working with the Can Manufacturers Institute and other stakeholders on this issue.
 
A new trade agreement resulting from the now defunct Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was recently signed in Santiago Chile.
 
Stop Fraud: Three Things to Do
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Capitol News
 
   
Bryan Little, chief director of employment policy at the California Farm Bureau (CFB), recently spoke to CLFP's Legislative Affairs Committee about a CFB delegation visit to Washington, D.C., to discuss immigration policy.
 
   OneVision Corporation       Alston Construction    
How the New Revenue Recognition Standard Impacts Food Companies
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New Members
CRB is a leading national firm in the design and construction of food and beverage facilities. Our team of engineering, architecture and construction professionals provide insight into new technologies and methods, process and packaging integration, lean design and food safety. Sustainable Renewable Energy LLC
 
Crystal Process Equipment proudly represents The Ing. A. Rossi Group and Stock America Inc. Stock America is an industry leader in batch and continuous sterilization equipment for in container processing of high and low acid products. Equipment include Static and Agitating etorts for batch processing, the unique Hydrolock system for continuous processing, as well as related Material Handling Equipment. The Ing. A Rossi Group, based in Parma, Italy, is a globally respected manufacturer of a full range of fruit and tomato processing equipment, including Enzyme Deactivation, Finishing, Evaporation, and Aseptic Bulk Filling. Through their Aronpak Div., Ing. Rossi also offers complete packaging lines for glass and metal containers, including Palletizer - Depalletizer, Filling - Closing, Conveying and complete line integration.
 
IceGen - Liquid Ice - Refrigeration solutions for Juice and Beverage Industry.
 
Sustainable Renewable Energy (SRE) is a build, own and operate Renewable Energy company that assists clients in developing renewable energy from their organic waste biomass and waste water while providing its clients Heat and Electricity renewable natural gas and carbon dioxide (food grade) from their waste. SRE can digest food processing and lignocellulosic.
 
   OneVision Corporation    
 

 

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