HFIA

AcronymDefinition
HFIAHome Furnishings International Association
HFIAHawaii Forest Industry Association
HFIAHemp Food Industries Association (UK)
HFIAHigh Frequency Industry Association
HFIAHome Furnishings Independent Association
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I am honored to have been named Co-Chairman of HFIA, along with John Rosica.
"We needed to refocus and be sure our image matched the services we are providing," said Julian Doerr Mutter, HFIA board chairman.
Congress introduced the HFIA to delay increases in flood insurance premiums required by the Biggert Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 (BW Act).
The show is managed for the HFIA and the market center by Russell and Barbara "Babs" Blair, former general managers of the semi-annual Tupelo Furniture Market.
"By getting involved with the HFIA, it brings the retailer back into the process.
The new agreement with the HFIA coincided with another effort by the DMC to turn itself around.
Richard Botti, executive director of the 450-member Hawaii Food Industry Association (HFIA), says he wonders why that story has yet to be told publicly.
As a consequence, a combination of dietary assessment methods (24-hour dietary recall and food frequency questionnaire (FFQ)) was used to assess dietary practices (food habits), along with the Household Food Insecurity Access Scale (HFIAS), a universally accepted tool for assessment of food access and availability [18].
Oxfam and its partners conducted surveys in 2017 of 459 small-scale farmers and workers in supermarket supply chains across five countries - Philippines, Italy, Pakistan, South Africa, and Thailand - using the Household Food Insecurity Access Scale (HFIAS) method.
Household Food Insecurity Access Scale (HFIAS) was used to create a continuous numeric food insecurity "score," which can then be compared to established cut-points to categorize the level of food insecurity experienced by the household.
Household food insecurity was assessed using Household Food Insecurity Access Scale (HFIAS) measurement consisting of nine items [9].
Bilinsky, "Household food insecurity access scale (HFIAS) for measurement of food access: indicator guide," Tech.