To stay competitive in burgeoning marketplace our members need be equipped with the
necessary tools to compete and succeed in the food industry. The Latino Food Industry
Association provides services including, but not limited to: compliance workshops, legislative
updates, operational trainings, technology and marketing and branding improvements, etc.
The Latino Food Industry Association understands the challenges that independent and
locally owned businesses, restaurants and stores face against their large retailers, processors,
chain restaurants and big box competitors. Because of these challenges, we have
worked tirelessly alongside national vendors to broker exclusive programs for LFIA members.
Our culture and gender sensitive programs are tailored to help our members expand
markets, generate profits, save money, and strengthen overall professional competitiveness.
The Latino Food Industry Association, with partnerships such as the Neighborhood
Market Association, offers a network of members ranging from over a hundred grocery
stores to more that 1,200 convenience stores, as well as an extensive list of suppliers,
distributors, manufacturers, agriculturists, corporations and individuals.