Tax reform, estate tax, sales tax, & other tax-related issues.
Employee/employer relations, National Labor Relations Board, Department of Labor.
Affordable Care Act
SNAP, WIC, food safety & more.
Nutrition labeling, Country of Origin labeling, Meat Department labeling.
Resources on coupons, food recalls, PCI/Data Security & more.
*Find out more about NGA’s:
Campaign to Preserve Competition, Consumer Choice, and a Democratic Workplace
*Get Involved with NGA’s Grassroots Advocacy Efforts
Take Action on Important Industry Issues
Original research, consumer trends, and benchmarking reports related to the independent grocer.
Providing online learning resources for independent grocers with more than 85 industry-specific online courses.
Keeping you up-to-date on important industry topics.
Providing the opportunity for targeted groups to problem solve, idea swap, and help non-competing industry partners.
Serving the industry through sharing information, education, and research to NGA members and the industry.
Advancing a collaborative agenda of industry focused academics and research.
NGA provides the latest education and research to help independent retailers increase profits and grow their operations. Here members will find the information and resources needed to make timely and accurate business decisions in today’s marketplace.
Come to Washington, DC & Make Your Voice Heard With the:
With the 2014 elections approaching, elected officials need to hear from you about issues that impact our industry day after day. From tax reform, to labor and employment issues, to healthcare reform, the list of unfinished business remains extensive this year . So come to our Nation's beautiful Capitol during cherry blossom season and join hundreds of grocers from across the country to make the independent's voice heard by Congress.
Year after year grocers from across the country come to Washington, D.C. for the Annual Supermarket Congressional Fly-In to visit with their elected officials in Congress. Since legislators are most responsive to their constituents, your visit with them can have a far greater impact on their decisions they make than Washington, D.C. lobbyists. So come to your Nation's Capitol this spring and show Congress what a huge economic footprint the grocery channel has on the economy and tell your Members of Congress how their decisions impact your daily operations, employees, customers, and your bottom line. See you in April!
11:00 pm -1:00 pm | Registration Open & Lunch
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm | Congressional Meetings
5:00 pm– 6:00 pm | Reception on Capitol Hill
8:00 am – 9:30 am | Breakfast on Capitol Hill
9:30 am – 11:00 pm | Congressional Meetings
11:00 am – 2:00 pm | Lunch/Refreshment Available
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