• Join us at 9 a.m., April 29 for “Avoiding COVID-Related Labor Violations.” FREE to all IGIA members, the webinar features Melissa Wright, community outreach and resource planning specialist from the Wage & Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor. Wright will walk through some common COVID-related violations and how your company can remain in compliance. Email aschlink@iowagrocers.com to register.

  • Click here for the latest information and resources on dealing with the coronavirus. 

  • Join us 9 a.m., Thursday, May 13 when the IGIA Women’s Network presents “Professionalism During COVID: Connecting Confidently in a Changed World.” This Zoom-based event, featuring presenter Callista Gould of the Cultural and Manners Institute, will take an in-depth look at building relationships and networking in a post-pandemic future. Email aschlink@iowagrocers.com to register.

FREE to all IGIA members, the newly announced webinar, “Avoiding COVID-Related Labor Violations,” features Melissa Wright, community outreach and resource planning specialist from the Wage & Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor. Wright will speak about
The IGIA Women’s Network presents “Professionalism During COVID: Connecting Confidently in a Changed World.” This Zoom-based event, featuring presenter Callista Gould of the Cultural and Manners Institute, will take an in-depth look at building relationships and networking in a post-pandemic future. Join us at 9 a.m., Thursday, May 13, when …
FREE to all IGIA members, the newly announced webinar, “Avoiding COVID-Related Labor Violations,” features Melissa Wright, community outreach and resource planning specialist from the Wage & Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor. Wright will speak about
The IGIA Women’s Network presents “Professionalism During COVID: Connecting Confidently in a Changed World.” This Zoom-based event, featuring presenter Callista Gould of the Cultural and Manners Institute, will take an in-depth look at building relationships and networking in a post-pandemic future. Join us at 9 a.m., Thursday, May 13, when …
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Welcome

The Iowa Grocery Industry Association (IGIA) is a state trade association that represents the food industry including chain and independent supermarkets, convenience stores, suppliers, wholesalers, brokers, manufacturers and distributors. Our mission is to proactively promote and strengthen Iowa's grocery industry.

Founded in 1899, the IGIA has long served as a resource to its members, the food industry and the public through education, legislative support, networking and philanthropic programs. The association’s leadership is as diverse as the industry it serves with directors from major retailers and independent markets, as well as national and local wholesalers and suppliers.

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