Corn Refiners Association -

Corn refiners play an important part in American agribusiness. Corn refining is today's leading example of value added agriculture.

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Many of the products that consumers enjoy daily are made from corn.

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Conferences and events of interest to the corn refining industry.

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Resources include CRA’s Corn Annual, industry white papers, and other information.

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Current Issues

The best way for the U.S. to strengthen ties with Asia? Ratify the #TPP. via @BV

DYK: The U.S. #exports around ~ 30% of refined #corn products and 13% of total corn production #WorldTradeMonth

Check out our latest #consumer research: RT @CornNaturally: #MythBusted: NOT ALL #millennials dine out often.

Press Releases

Fact Sheet: Benefits of the TPP to U.S. Corn Refiners

“The Asia-Pacific region, and specifically the nations participating in the TPP, are an incredibly important market for the U.S. corn refining industry, accounting for roughly 40% of our exports.” –


Cost Impact of Vermont’s GMO Labeling Law on Consumers Nationwide

American families nationwide will spend approximately $1,050 more per year on groceries due to Vermont’s new GMO food labeling mandate, according to the newly released economic impact analysis Cost Impact of Vermont’s GMO Labeling Law on Consumers Nationwide.


Food and Nutrition Policy

CRA strongly supports food and nutrition policies that are backed by sound scientific evidence and fully proven to both help consumers make healthy purchasing decisions and prevent consumer misunderstanding and confusion....

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The U.S. corn refining industry is a key player in international markets due to the abundance and quality of our feedstock. Exports of refined corn products account for nearly 20 percent of total shipments....

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About Us

Based in Washington, D.C., the Corn Refiners Association (CRA) is the national trade association representing the corn refining (wet milling) industry of the United States. CRA and its predecessors have served this important segment of American agribusiness since 1913.

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