Vending Industry Organizations & Associations
American Amusement Machine Association: The American Amusement Machine Association (AAMA) is an international non-profit trade organization representing the manufacturers, distributors and part suppliers of the coin-operated amusement industry.
American Beverage Association: The American Beverage Association (ABA) is the trade association for America's non-alcoholic refreshment beverage industry, serving its members for more than 85 years
Amusement & Music Operators Association: AMOA, originally known simply as MOA --The Music Operators of America - -was born January 21, 1948, when 68 jukebox owners from around the country banded together to fight the repeal of the jukebox royalty exemption
Arizona Automatic Merchandising Council: The Arizona Automatic Merchandising Council, a state council chartered by the National Automatic Merchandising Association, is an independent state trade association of vending machine operators, suppliers, distributors, brokers, and manufacturers. AAMC works to promote the common interest and general welfare of the automatic merchandising industry in Arizona
Automatic Vending Association: The Automatic Vending Association (AVA) has been serving the industry for over 75 years and represents all sectors - machine manufacturers and distributors, suppliers of commodities and operators.
California Automatic Vendors Council: independent state association of vending machine operators, manufactures, and suppliers, chartered by the National Automatic Merchandising Association
Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association: The Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association - L'Association Canadienne d'Auto-distribution is the only association representing the interest of Vending Operators, Machine Manufacturers, and Product & Service Suppliers in Canada.
Coca-Cola Bottlers Association: CCBA also serves as a primary mechanism for fostering the exchange
of ideas and information within The Coca-Cola system
Coffee Association of Canada: The Coffee Association of Canada exists to undertake a leadership and spokesperson role to effectively address collective industry issues.
The Association will enhance the coffee beverage experience by providing members and consumers with opportunities to improve coffee beverage knowledge and skills.
Convenience Caterers & Food Manufacturers Association: The Convenience Caterers & Food Manufacturers Association (CCFMA), established in 1965, is dedicated to the best interests of the growing $5 billion dollar industrial catering industry and to a commitment of excellence in service to catering truck operators, the food service industry, and the public.
European Vending Association: The objectives of EVA are:
To promote the exchange of information between members from various countries on any relevant subject, as well as adopt common standards where necessary;
To promote vending to the outside world by making known EVA activities. The EVA code of conduct summarises the minimum standards, which need to be complied with by EVA members.
Illinois Automatic Merchandising Council: The IAMC is a group comprised of vending industry professionals who work together for one sole purpose: to keep the vending industry strong!
International Association of Ice Cream Vendors: IAICV is a company membership association of suppliers, manufacturers, and anyone engaged in the selling or marketing of ice cream novelty products.
Services include legislative and regulatory information, legislative representation, industry-related information, member education, and networking through conferencing.
International Bottled Water Association: The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) is the trade association representing the bottled water industry. Founded in 1958, IBWA's membership includes U.S. and international bottlers, distributors and suppliers.
International Caterers Association: The International Caterers Association (ICA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education, mentoring and service for professional caterers and promoting the profession of catering to clients, industry members, vendors and the public.
International Dairy Foods Association: The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA), Washington, DC, represents the nation's dairy manufacturing and marketing industries and their suppliers, with a membership of 530 companies representing a $90-billion a year industry.
International Foodservice Manufacturers Association: Goal is to shape the future of foodservice by creating an environment for positive change and actionable solutions benefiting manufacturers and their foodservice channel partners.
Michigan Coin Machine Operators Association: Michigan Coin Machine Operators Association (MCMOA) membership provides a variety of services to members. Each participating MCMOA members recieves a quarterly newsletter, keeping those in our industry abreast of topics relating to the coin-op business.
Mid-America Automatic Merchandising Association: The Mid-America Automatic Merchandising Association (MAMA) is a multi-state (Missouri and Kansas) trade organization of automatic merchandisers and related professionals committed to vending excellence through its representation of the merchandise vending industry.
National Association for the Specialty Food Trade: The NASFT is an international organization composed of domestic and foreign manufacturers, importers, distributors, brokers, retailers, restaurateurs, caterers and others in the specialty foods business. The organization has more than 2,300 current member companies throughout the U.S. and overseas.
National Association of Concessionaires: The National Association of Concessionaires, founded in 1944, is the trade association for the recreation and leisure-time food and beverage concessions industry.
National Automatic Merchandising Association: national trade association of the food and refreshment vending, coffee service and foodservice management industries including on-site, commissary, catering and mobile
National Beverage & Products Association: formed for the purpose of offering a forum for operators in the Office Coffee Service, Water, Vending, Office Products, Specialty Coffee and Food Service industries to explore their interests and concerns on common ground
National Bulk Vendors Association: comprised of the Operators, Distributors and Manufacturers of bulk vending equipment and products
National Coffee Association of USA: The National Coffee Association of USA was founded in 1911, one of the earliest trade associations formed in the United States and the first trade association for the U.S. coffee industry.
National Restaurant Association: Founded in 1919, the National Restaurant Association is the leading business association for the restaurant industry.
New Jersey Amusement Association: The NJAA fosters, promotes and advances the amusement industry in the State of New Jersey.
New York State Automatic Vending Association: We are a trade association made up of vending companies, product and equipment suppliers and manufacturers, to promote the vending industry. While doing this we also keep close watch on Albany for legislation aimed at the vending industry.
Northwest Automatic Vending Association: a regional council chartered by the National Automatic Merchandising Association, is an independent regional trade association of vending machine operators, suppliers, distributors, brokers and manufacturers. NAVA works to promote the common interest and general welfare of the automatic merchandising industry in Alaska, Oregon and Washington.
Ohio Coin Machine Association: The Ohio Coin Machine Association speaks as the united voice of Ohio's coin machine operators. OCMA acts as a unifying force to address matters that affect the coin machine industry
Specialty Coffee Association of America: One of the SCAA's primary functions is to set the industry's standards for growing, roasting and brewing. Members of the SCAA include coffee retailers, roasters, producers, exporters and importers, as well as manufacturers of coffee equipment and related products.
Tea Association of the USA: The tea industry looks to The Tea Association of the USA, Inc., The Tea Council of the USA, and the Specialty Tea Institute (STI) for its wholesale and retail needs.
Texas Merchandise Vending Association: TMVA was formed back in the early 1950's for the sole purpose of protecting the vending industry. TMVA is a state council of National Automatic Merchandizing Association designed to work on a more personal level with the Texas vending operators.
Water Quality Association: The WQA is your opportunity to connect with water improvement industry businesses and key industry movers & shakers across the globe!
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