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GMAGraphics Media Accelerator
GMAGood Morning America (ABC morning program)
GMAGrocery Manufacturers Association
GMAGloria Macapagal Arroyo (Philippine president)
GMAGospel Music Association
GMAGrocery Manufacturers of America
GMAGrowth Management Act
GMAGolden Myanmar Airlines (est. 2012)
GMAGeorgia Municipal Association
GMAGood Morning Antipolo (Philippines)
GMAGrid Monitoring Architecture
GMAGenerate Machine Address
GMAGas Metal Arc
GMAGulf of Maine Aquarium
GMAGeneral Morphological Analysis
GMAGwynedd Mercy Academy (Pennsylvania)
GMAGesellschaft für Mess- und Automatisierungstechnik
GMAGeneral Mental Ability
GMAGreater Manila Area (Philippines)
GMAGhana Medical Association
GMAGuerrilla Marketing Association
GMAGlioblastoma Multiforme
GMAGeneral Mariano Alvarez (Philippines)
GMAGeneral Merchandise and Apparel (retail)
GMAGreater Metropolitan Area
GMAGlobal Microentrepreneurship Awards
GMAGlobal Medical Affairs
GMAGeneral Michel Aoun (Lebanese political figure)
GMAGrandmasters Association (chess; now defunct)
GMAGlobal Maritime Awareness (US DoD)
GMAGrundlagen Methodischen Arbeitens
GMAGraphic Management Associates, Inc. (Pennsylvania)
GMAGeneral Motors Automotive
GMAGenetically Modified Animal
GMAGlobal Media Arts (Philippines)
GMAGas Management Assembly
GMAGeneral Maintenance Agreement(s)
GMAGross Margin Analysis
GMAGrid Magnetic Angle
GMAGulf of Mexico Alliance
GMAGarment Manufacturers Association (South Africa)
GMAGovernment Managers Association (Canada)
GMAGirls Missionary Auxiliary
GMAGross Margin Accounting
GMAGRACIE Magazine Association
GMAGuided Missile Ammunition
GMAGay Men of America
GMAGrand Master Archer
GMAGuyer Management Assistance, Inc (Littleton, CO)
GMAGlobal Maritime Alliance (Northern Ireland, UK)
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In the US, the Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA) is urging the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to establish four formal standards for the use of carbohydrate labels: "carbohydrate-free," "low carbohydrate," "good source of carbohydrate" and "excellent source of carbohydrate." The FDA said it could alter its rules within 100 days of receiving a formal petition, adding it is considering establishing a definition for "net carbs."
Heinz Company and Clorox Company as well as a member of the board of the Grocery Manufacturers of America and the University of Pittsburgh.
In a recent survey by the Grocery Manufacturers of America, 74 percent of respondents said they were following some form of low-carb diet.
With the goal of maximizing public participation, the APC, NAPCOR, APR, NSDA, the International Bottled Water Association and the Grocery Manufacturers of America embarked on the All Plastics Bottle Campaign.
Grocery Manufacturers of America in February petitioned the Food and Drug Administration to establish regulations for carbohydrate nutrient content claims.
Trimming fat may be a weighty issue for consumers, but gratifying the taste buds takes even higher priority, according to research conducted for the Grocery Manufacturers of America. More than nine in ten shoppers say that taste is a very important factor in deciding which food products to buy.
of Chain Drug Stores; Club Managers Association of America; National Restaurant Association; Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America; Grocery Manufacturers of America; American Frozen Food Institute; and Truck and Leasing Association.
In the grocery industry, for example, market leaders have recognized increased consumer demand for bundled goods, defined by the Grocery Manufacturers of America as "the bundling of products, services and information to deliver answers to consumers." This bundling takes the form of shoppers buying complete "mealtime experiences," including selections of complementary prepared foods rather than individual recipe ingredients.
The proposal is supported by the Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA), but the organization is concerned about implementation.
has set the goal based on applying its upmarket strategy to the supercenter food format, said Jerry Storch, Target's vice chairman, speaking here at a workshop at this month's annual executive conference of the Grocery Manufacturers of America. Washington-based GMA represents food manufacturers that together have net sales in excess of $450 billion annually.
"Since 9-11, we have initiated several strategic actions with the government and our member companies," says Peter Cleary, manager of public policy communication for the Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA).
Allowed in the meeting room during negotiations over the new anything-goes standard were representatives from several irradiation companies and food industry trade groups, including Titan of San Diego, Isomedix/STERIS of New Jersey, the Grocery Manufacturers of America, and the Association of International Industrial Irradiation.