The National Confectioners Association advances, protects and promotes the confectionery industry.
The National Confectioners Association is the trade organization that advances, protects and promotes chocolate, candy, gum and mints, and the companies that make these special treats. As the leading association for the $35 billion U.S. confectionery industry, NCA educates the public to help ensure that it understands and appreciates the unique role that chocolate and candy can play in a happy, balanced lifestyle. Confections are produced in all 50 states, creating jobs for approximately 55,000 workers in more than 1,000 manufacturing facilities across the country. More than 400,000 jobs in agriculture, retail, transportation and other industries rely in part on the sale of confections for their livelihood. For every one job that is created by confectionery companies, another seven are supported in related industries. Learn more about the “Power of Sweet” at CandyUSA.com, or follow NCA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
This week, I was honored to address a group of global industry leaders at the annual CHOCOVISION conference in Davos, Switzerland. What follows is an excerpt from my speech to more than 200 delegates representing senior executives and key stakeholders from around the world. …
We know that modernizing the sugar program this year will be a challenge, but this is a public policy fight to ensure a level playing field for the small, family-owned businesses and American manufacturing workers and their families who are bedrock to our economy. …
At NCA’s State of the Industry Conference in March, I was inspired by the energy, engagement and optimism exhibited as we move toward our vibrant future. Making chocolate, candy, gum and mints, our industry plays an important role in the U.S. economy. We create …
Our staff of policy, communications, industry affairs and membership experts are the sweetest staff in Washington, D.C.
Strategic Advisory Council
Executives from leading confectionery manufacturers serve on NCA’s Strategic Advisory Council.
Board of Trustees
A representative group of NCA members – including domestic and international manufacturers, suppliers and brokers – govern the Association.
NCA’s cocoa processors and chocolate makers are represented by this governing body.
Members of the National Confectioners Association employ thousands of Americans in good-paying positions across the industry. Often in operation for several decades in the same cities and towns throughout America, candy manufacturers are a vital part of their communities.
You can be part of the story of candy here in the United States by becoming a member of NCA. Membership is open to companies who make or market candy in the USA, confectionery industry suppliers and confectionery brokers.
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