• Check out a quick video tribute to retiring IGIA staff member, Peggy Sellner!

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  • Fresha is an upstart company in Minnesota that washes and packages fresh market carrots. Our long summer days, cool crisp nights, and rich soil create the ideal growing conditions for sweeter, better-tasting carrots. Consumers appreciate the opportunity to source locally grown products. Being in the Midwest, we can reduce freight costs and transportation time. 

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  • Schraad & Associates food brokerage team serves markets throughout the Central, Mid-South and South Central regions of the United States. This growth has been fueled by our ability to differentiate ourselves from the competition through performance and results. Our customer teams provide seamless solutions and deliver optimum communication, customized strategic planning and timely retail execution.  

     

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Resuming the collection of bottles and cans was met with disappointment by grocery stores and the Iowa Grocery Industry Association, which has long fought to eliminate the state’s “Bottle Bill,” enacted 41 years ago to reduce litter and keep containers out of landfills, citing primarily health concerns over accepting dirty bottles and cans.
New park benches, planters and picnic tables will help to beautify parks and schools throughout Iowa this summer and fall, courtesy of …
Resuming the collection of bottles and cans was met with disappointment by grocery stores and the Iowa Grocery Industry Association, which has long fought to eliminate the state’s “Bottle Bill,” enacted 41 years ago to reduce litter and keep containers out of landfills, citing primarily health concerns over accepting dirty bottles and cans.
New park benches, planters and picnic tables will help to beautify parks and schools throughout Iowa this summer and fall, courtesy of …
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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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