Membership with WFA provides the opportunity to work collaboratively with leading players from the ethnic food industry.
Our aim is to keep you up to date with the latest industry news, events and legislation relevant to you and your business.
By becoming a member of the WFA you can further your business interests by being part of the larger ethnic food community and interact with other ethnic food industry professionals.
All WFA members are required to meet the BRC Global Standard (Food) or International Food Standard or equivalent.
Only those food businesses with HACCP based food safety systems in place are accepted as WFA members.
If you would like to become a member of the World Food Association, or have any further questions, please contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership with WFA provides the opportunity to work alongside leading ethnic food industry players to help shape the evolving landscape of the UK world food sector.
By becoming a member of the WFA you can further your business interests by:
- Gaining the inside track on the latest industry news and reports
- Joining forces with other legitimate UK suppliers to ensure non-compliant traders do not undermine the safety or integrity of the sector. This self regulatory approach will protect consumer confidence in the industry generally and ensure a level playing field for all. It is important for fair competition that all suppliers play by the same rules
- Interacting with other leading ethnic food industry professionals at our key events including quarterly meetings, informative talks by industry professionals and the WFA annual dinner