What is the National Meat Association?
National Meat Association is a non-profit industry association
that has served the meat industry since 1946.
What does NMA do?
NMA provides a variety of services, from one-on-one
regulatory assistance to legislative
representation, to its members.
As well as hosting a variety of informative
events, the association publishes a weekly
newsletter, an annual membership
directory, and a series of resources.
It speaks on behalf of its members on regulatory and business issues,
in courtroom filings, in Washington and via press releases.
What is NMA's mission statement?
To be proactive and responsive in serving members -- individually and collectively.
Who are NMA's members?
Meat packers and processors, equipment manufacturers and suppliers
all belong to NMA. The association has members throughout the
United States, as well as in Canada, Australia and Mexico.
Visit the links page for a list
of NMA members with websites.
How do I get membership information?
Contact National Meat Association at (510) 763-1533 or e-mail [email protected].
The National Meat Association is a nonprofit 501(c)(6) organization
for tax purposes (tax ID# 94-1037520). Membership dues are fully
tax deductible as a business expense. NMA pays taxes on revenues
that are used to fund nonexempt activities, relieving members from
having to make calculations about the tax deductibility of membership
Who can I call for help?
NMA's emergency hotline is available for NMA members 24 hours a
day at (510) 763-1533.
Who are NMA's partners?
NMA partners with leading academics and outstanding consultants
to enhance its member services.
How does NMA help the industry?
NMA provides responsive, resourceful and reliable service to its
members and, in so doing, is recognized as a leader in the industry.
Why should I belong to NMA?
NMA is the foremost industry association in helping members, and
in the toughest times it provides unique one-on-one assistance.