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Professionals Group Spotlight: Human Resources and Safety

ABA's HR and Safety Professionals Group discusses pressing topics related to labor and workplace issues. Learn more about the Group and how to get involved.
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Sweet Grass Kitchen Leadership Team at IBIE 2019

Sweet Grass team shows how to use regulation as a force for innovation

The Sweet Grass Kitchen team teaches baking professionals how to use regulation as a force for innovation at IBIE 2019.
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ABA Webinar: Improve Energy Efficiency and Save Money in 2020. Here’s How.

The baking industry has committed to reducing energy intensity by 10 percent in less than five years as part of the EPA’s Energy Star® Challenge. ABA Members are dedicated to reducing energy usage and comprise more than 40% of the businesses awarded ENERGY STAR certification in
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Bakers Applaud Passage of USMCA in House of Representatives, Urge Swift Ratification by Senate

The ABA applauds the House of Representatives’ passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) and urges swift ratification by the Senate.
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ABA TechCon 2019 Gets Innovative with the Power of Bakery

The 93rd annual TechCon invited cookie and cracker operations leaders to a three-day intensive conference. Check out the highlights.
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Five ways the retailer’s strategies support the findings of American Bakers Association consumer research

We spoke with Paul White at Lucky’s Market, who outlined five ways the retailer’s bakery strategies support the findings of ABA consumer research.
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Professionals Group Spotlight: Commodity and Agriculture Policy

The ABA Commodity and Agriculture Policy Professionals Group discusses pressing issues related to trade policy and its impact on the baking sector.
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American Bakers Association Announces Two New Government Relations Staff

The American Bakers Association is happy to announce two new Government Relations staff members: Lauren Williams, Director of Government Relations and Zack Decker, Government Relations Manager.
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Bakers’ Request for Additional Imports of Sugar Granted by USDA and Department of Commerce

An urgent notification from the American Bakers Association (ABA) to the US Department of Agriculture moved the Department of Commerce to increase the quantity of Mexican refined sugar permitted to be exported by 100,000 short tons.
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