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North American Meat Institute, FMI Cancel 2022 Annual Meat Conference

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The North American Meat Institute and FMI – The Food Industry Association have canceled the 2022 Annual Meat Conference.

“The purpose of AMC is to bring together retailers and the meat and poultry industry,” said NAMI President and CEO Julie Anna Potts. “Like the meat and poultry industry, many of our partners in retail are experiencing significant operational and supply chain challenges. At this time, attending an in-person conference is difficult which diminishes the value of the event for all participants.”

FMI President and CEO Leslie G. Sarasin said, “Our community is prioritizing the health of its people and operations so that we will be able to continue to serve the shopper, but we are committed to sharing additional category insights with our audiences throughout the year.”

A full refund will be issued to all meat conference attendees, exhibitors and sponsors, and event coordinators will cancel hotel reservations on behalf of registered attendees.

While the in-person event is canceled, NAMI and FMI, in partnership with Sealed Air, will host a virtual discussion series regarding The Power of Meat analysis. The kickoff to this three-part series will be hosted beginning Feb. 7.

Registration information will be available via the conference website and in a follow-up communication to previously registered attendees. The analysis also will be available for free to members of the respective organizations and previously registered attendees.

The North American Meat Institute is a voice for the meat and poultry industry. The Meat Institute’s members process the vast majority of U.S. beef, pork, lamb and poultry, as well as manufacturing the equipment and ingredients needed to produce safe, high quality meat and poultry products.

FMI – The Food Industry Association works with and on behalf of the entire industry to advance a safer, healthier and more efficient consumer food supply chain. FMI brings together a wide range of members across the value chain – from retailers that sell to consumers, to producers that supply food and other products, as well as the wide variety of companies providing critical services – to amplify the collective work of the industry.

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