FIBR believes in Partnerships. Partnerships lead to collaborations that serve not only FIBR's members, but the larger food processing community. As a small non-profit organization, FIBR has found that these Partnerships not only create great relations among other groups and organizations, but help FIBR achieve many goals and provide programs that otherwise would not be possible.

FIBR Partners Include

  • Dorsey Culinary Arts:

    FIBR partners with Dorsey High School to present the Dorsey Speakers Series to the next generation of the food industry and participates in the Dorsey Advisory Committee.

  • Gather's Strategies:

    FIBR Member Gather’s Strategies share their extensive international trade network and a wealth of expertise by partnering with FIBR to present the on-going Going Global Roundtable Series.

  • Green Urban Manufacturing Initiative:

    FIBR was an official partner of this innovative educational project to green urban manufacturers.

  • Los Angeles Trade-Technical College:

    FIBR partners with this local community college through the FIBR LATTC Advisory Committee, our annual Taste of FIBR Awards Dinner and the FIBR LATTC Scholarships.

  • The Community Development Technologies Center:

    A non-profit Community Economic Development organization. Through CDTech, FIBR has provided its members with useful economic data, research and worker-related programs. Currently, CDTech provides in-kind support to FIBR.

  • The FIBR Training Council:

    A volunteer Corp of Food Industry Professionals representing Academia, Industry, Government Agencies and Consultants. The FIBR Training Council guides the direction of the FIBR Food Safety Training Institute.

  • The Regional Wholesale Food Processors Committee:

    A Co-operative effort between FIBR and the Environmental Health Departments of Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and San Diego Counties and the City of Vernon, CalOSHA, the California Department of Public Health, U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

  • UnitedAg & The California League of Food Processors (CLFP):

    FIBR is an Associate Member and Partners with these two California-based Industry associations to share information, resources and member services to our mutual benefits.

    FIBR and its members are associate members of UnitedAg. UnitedAg is an agricultural trade association dedicated to meeting its members’ and employee benefit needs, promoting their interests with lawmakers, and helping them comply with legislation and regulation.

  • Roundtable of Professionals (RFP):

    Food Consultants Group (FCG) and others: Working together with other food industry networks, we can provide programs and networking opportunities to our members.