Milling News

Mary Waters Resigns Position as NAMA President

Date Posted: January 28, 2013

Washington, DC—The North American Millers’ Association (NAMA) announced Jan. 28 that Mary Waters had decided to resign her position with the Association.

The employment relationship is being ended amicably on mutually agreeable terms.

NAMA thanks Ms. Waters for the positive contributions she made to NAMA and wishes her the best.

The two fundamental strengths of NAMA are the commitment of its members to actively participate in the Association through the committee structure and its strong staff.

NAMA’s members and staff will continue to work with our grain chain partners, the growers who produce the most abundant food supply in the world, and the companies that turn our ingredients into great food, on the issues of food safety, the availability of wheat supplies through enhanced breeding, access to sanitation tools, nutrition education and promotional efforts.

NAMA remains a strong advocate of free trade and food aid programs in all grain and grain-based products.

We are committed to our role as nutrition leaders through U.S. food aid programs where NAMA members provide the highest nutrition products available to meet the needs of food insecure populations around the world.

NAMA is the trade association of the wheat, corn, oat, and rye milling industries.

Member companies operate mills in 38 states and Canada, representing more than 90 percent of total industry production capacity.

For more information, call 202-484-2200, ext. 11.

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