California League of Food Processors (CLFP)
The California League of Food Producers (CLFP) has been the voice and the advocate for California`s food producing industry since 1905. CLFP represents the interests of both large and small food processors and beverage producers throughout the state and works to help ensure a favorable and profitable business environment for its members and the entire food producing industry. Located in Sacramento, CLFP is the only statewide food producing organization in California focused specifically on protecting the interests of food processors before all branches of state government. CLFP is also on the forefront in addressing the many regulatory issues facing the industry in a state with the most complex and challenging state regulatory environment in the U.S. CLFP is structured and staffed to help its members effectively comply with requirements and plan for the future.
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- Business Type:
- Event organizer
- Industry Type:
- Food and Beverage
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
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Our Strength is in Our Membership
Because of the active membership participation from its food producing member companies, CLFP is able to present a strong front in advancing industry issues.
Member companies include canners, freezers, dryers and dehydrators of fruits and vegetables. Additional processor members include snack foods, juice and beverage bottlers and specialty processors of a variety of food products.
In addition to our active processor company membership, nearly 300 affiliate members – industry suppliers- are included as important participant members in CLFP.
CLFP is devoted primarily to furthering the interests of the food processing industry before the State Legislature and regulatory agencies, and is also a major representative for the California industry at the Federal level. CLFP's purpose is to foster a favorable environment for the growth and strength of the industry within the state. In doing so, California processors can continue to provide consumers with safe and wholesome food produced in an environmentally sound and responsible manner.