Corn Refiners Association - https://corn.org

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

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Products

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

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Events

Conferences and events of interest to the corn refining industry.

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Publications

Resources include CRA’s newly released 2017 Industry Overview, industry white papers, and other information.

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Current Issues

New coalition promoting NAFTA's survival t.co/NAE8bK4H1I via @newspressnow.com

Column: Time to modernize NAFTA t.co/5536whaupF via @detroitnews

.@RepLaHood expresses concern over the uncertain future facing U.S. #farmers. t.co/DoMzeZrMx5 t.co/J9juDWXsGh

“We need to roll back trade policies that close markets and work to modernize current trading deals, such as #NAFTAt.co/YybloXR4CI

Press Releases

Study Reveals Powerful Engine of American Economy: Corn Refiners

March 15, 2018 WASHINGTON, DC – A nationwide economic study released today details how America’s corn refiners contribute to the nation’s economy, finding the industry has massive,

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Bode Comment on President Trump’s Farm Bureau Speech

January 8, 2018 Nashville, TN – Today, President Donald J. Trump addressed the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 99th Annual Convention.  In attendance was John Bode, President and CEO of the Corn Refiners Association. 

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Study Reveals Extensive Role of Food & Ag Sectors in Feeding the U.S. Economy

November 16, 2017 WASHINGTON, DC – Study Reveals Extensive Role of Food & Ag Sectors in Feeding the U.S. Economy: More than one-fourth of American employment tied to the combined industries.

CRA Industry Overview 2017

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U.S. Food & Agriculture Letter Addressing Concerns on Potential Notice of NAFTA Withdrawal

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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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