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If you are an educator seeking a great resource for your students at a reasonable price, then the University Alliance Program is perfect for you. Students and faculty at participating universities have unlimited access to foodinstitute.com through their campus IP address.
This is your opportunity to gain the knowledge and expertise you need to propel your business forward and keep up with today’s rapidly-evolving food industry… plus obtain the enormous exposure your company deserves.
For a modest membership fee, you will have access to actionable information that can propel your business forward. Plus, you’ll have a team of food industry experts available to answer your questions. The result? You can spend more time running your business, focusing on your customers and finding the right opportunities.
Look at what's included with your membership:
Today in Food - Spend more time running your business, and less time skimming through countless publications or scouring the iInternet with this daily electronic newsletter.
Food Institute Report - Keep tabs on your competition, your customers, emerging trends and pending legislation in this 24 page report.
“Ask an Expert” Research Services - Whenever, you call us, we’ll be there. Unlimited expert advice is never more than a phone call or email away. Our trained food industry analysts can track down a multitude of your information requests.
Member Profile - Imagine the impact on your business when it’s featured in Today in Food and the Food Institute Report.
Food Industry Review - This annual report (a $399 value) is THE reference resource for the U.S. food industry. Topics explored in-depth include: Consumer trends; Retailing formats and private label; Restaurants and foodservice;Social media and mobile marketing; Economic/CPI and PPI data; FSMA; Food processing and new products; Specialty, organic and sustainability; Mergers and acquisitions; and Demographics of consumer spending.