BAF

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AcronymDefinition
BAFBusiness, Administration and Finance (degree)
BAFBunker Adjustment Factor (freight fuel surcharge)
BAFBrain Aneurysm Foundation (est. 1994)
BAFBusiness after Five (various organizations)
BAFBudget and Finance (various organizations)
BAFBarrier-to-Autointegration Factor (protein)
BAFBatch Annealing Furnace (steel industry)
BAFBasic American Foods (Brownsdale, Minnesota)
BAFBioaccumulation Factor
BAFBuenos Aires Forum (Argentina)
BAFBangladesh Air Force
BAFBritish Allergy Foundation
BAFBelgian Air Force
BAFBuild A Figure (toy)
BAFBagram Air Field (Afghanistan)
BAFBring A Friend (MMORPG gaming)
BAFBiological Aerated Filter
BAFBelgian Anti-Piracy Federation (Belgium)
BAFBasal Area Factor
BAFBritish Armed Forces
BAFBandwidth Amplification Factor
BAFBritish Aikido Federation
BAFBritish Academy of Fencing
BAFBubel-Aiken Foundation (Raleigh, NC)
BAFBenefield Anechoic Facility (Edwards AFB CA, USA)
BAFBest Affiliate Forward
BAFBellcore AMA Format
BAFBulgarian Aikido Federation (martial arts)
BAFBest American Fantasy (anthology series)
BAFBacteriologically Acidified Feta-type (cheese)
BAFBusiness Application Framework
BAFBandes d'Alliés-Nés Francophone (French: Band of Allies-Born French; gaming clan)
BAFBritish Abrasives Federation
BAFBooster Applications Facility (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
BAFBackup Alert Force
BAFBureau Audiovisuel Francophone (French: French Audiovisual Office; blog)
BAFBanker Adjustment Factor
BAFBody Art Forms
BAFBilling AMA Format
BAFBaseball a la Française (French: French Baseball; online magazine)
BAFBusiness Accounting and Finance
BAFBenin Armed Forces
BAFBoite a Frissons (French accordion maker)
BAFBergens Arkitektforening (Norwegian: Bergen Architectural Association; Bergen, Norway)
BAFBlue Arsed Fly (graphic design; UK)
BAFBurning Amp Festival (San Francisco, CA)
BAFBay Area Furry (furry fandom forum)
BAFBattle Analysis Facility
BAFBranch And Forward
BAFBattalion Assault Force
BAFBeltsville Assembly Facility
BAFBusy As Full (polite form; restaurant slang)
BAFBest Angular Fit
BAFBell Atlantic Foundation
BAFBritish Armwrestling Federation (England, UK)
BAFBenefit Audit Fund (State of California unemployment system)
BAFBuble/Aiken Foundation
BAFBayerische Akademie für Fernsehen eV (Germany)
BAFBan Asbestos France (est. 1995; France)
BAFBurma American Fund (est. 1989)
BAFBachelor of Accounting & Finance
BAFBaresque Architectural Finishes
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He also spent 18 years at Basic American Foods, where he held positions in engineering, operations, raw material, supply chain, procurement and government relations.
She has served on numerous Advisory Boards including: Maritz Travel Company, Rosenbluth International Travel, American Express Travel, Clorox Foodservice; Rich Products; The CBORD Group; Specialty Brands, Tyson Seafood Group, Cargill, Schwan's Foods, Campbell's Soup, Basic American Foods, General Mills and was a founding member of the Tyson Leadership Network.
Basic American Foods, a Walnut Creek, Calif.-based supplier of convenience food products, has acquired Harry's Fresh Foods, a Portland, Ore.
-- Basic American Foods (BAF) here said it has acquired Portland, Ore.-based Harry's Fresh Foods.
At Unilever and Basic American Foods, researchers have achieved sterility in low-acid foods using pulsed high pressure along with heat.
Noble represents many of the nation's leading companies and brands, including Tyson, Uncle Ben's, Campbell's, Smuckers, Reckitt Benckiser, Gerber, Schwan's and Basic American Foods.
He has also held senior marketing positions at Del Monte and Basic American Foods.
Among other officers in the organization are Celeste Gazarek, chairman-elect, of Seattle-headquartered National Frozen Foods Corp., and Dennis Conley, vice chairman, of Basic American Foods, Moses Lake, Wash.
* Provide a better selection of prepared basic American foods. (50% agree strongly)
(The anti-choice side still managed to worm some free air time for TV commercials.) The Oregon choice crew, and Colorado's in 1992, drew on the deep pockets of free-market enthusiasts nationwide, especially Jerry Hume, head of Basic American Foods, a San Francisco-based institutional supplier.
That's why a number of corporate officials are playing leadership roles in the push for school choice: David Kearns, when he was chairman of Xerox, Jerry Hume of Basic American Foods, James Baker of Arvin Industries, and Golden Rule Insurance chairman Pat Rooney and president Jack Whelan.
He has also held senior marketing positions at Del Monte and Basic American Foods. Most recently he was chief operating officer at Troba, Inc., an Internet customer service company that was acquired by a British firm late last year.
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