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As part of the foodservice E&S industry, we are constantly surrounded by the products and innovations that help feed the world. Recently, NAFEM went beyond foodservice equipment and supplies though to volunteer at Second Harvest Heartland, a member of Feeding America’s 200 food banks nationwide.

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As you implement new strategies today and even plan for the future of your business, we’re here to provide valuable resources and support to help you reach your goals. To inspire your next move, we’ve gathered the top podcasts to motivate and further educate your decisions.

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Check out the the latest ENERGY STAR updates.

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Are you looking to get ahead in the foodservice industry? The NAFEM Certified Foodservice Professional program provides you with the resources and support to achieve a certification—a highly regarded industry achievement!

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Energy efficiency continues to be a top trend in the foodservice industry, and with good reason. After all, the potential of energy efficient upgrades like greener kitchen equipment can mean more than big energy savings—they can mean big cost savings for your business.

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If you’ve been thinking about becoming a Certified Foodservice Professional (CFSP)—one of the most important certifications for those working in the hospitality industry—then now is the time! 

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The Senate is in session May 1 – 24.

The House of Representatives is in session May 1 – 2, 7 – 10, 14 – 17 and 20 – 23.

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NAFEM is proud to offer members the tools and resources to continue developing their businesses from every angle. The state-of-the-art NAFEM Learning Center is just one more way we’re helping our members do this.

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In anticipation of Infrastructure Week, May 13 – 20, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) has updated and re-issued Building to Win, its comprehensive proposal to invest in and modernize America’s infrastructure. According to the proposal, “The modern manufacturing economy we are building does not have the kind of infrastructure we need to support our vision for an exceptional America.”

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