Falls Church, Va. (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
The Foodservice Packaging Institute (FPI) has overhauled its website to provide new value to its members and serve as the foremost source of information about foodservice packaging. The updated site, fpi.org, coincides with FPI’s 80th anniversary as the leading trade association for the North American foodservice packing industry.
The new user-friendly site contains valuable new resources and timely industry news to engage both members and visitors. FPI’s website averages 100,000 visits each year.
“Our goal is to deliver the most relevant and best information on foodservice packaging,” said FPI President Lynn M. Dyer. “As the gateway to FPI’s valuable resources and knowledge, this new site will improve communications with our members and serve as an informational resource to the thousands of people looking for foodservice packaging information.”
Highlights of the redesigned site include:
“Our industry has a great story to tell about the benefits of foodservice packaging and its contribution to society. We’re proud that our new site helps to tell that story,” said Dyer.
FPI’s redesigned website is part of a new communications strategy being rolled out in 2013 to provide additional value to members and underscore FPI as the voice of the foodservice packaging industry. Other elements include strengthening the association’s brand, increased outreach to media, and the development and implementation of a social media plan.
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ABOUT FPI: Founded in 1933, the Foodservice Packaging Institute (FPI) is the leading authority for the North American foodservice packaging industry. FPI encourages the responsible use of all foodservice packaging through promotion of its benefits and members’ products. Serving as the voice of the industry to educate and influence stakeholders, FPI provides a legal forum to address the challenges and opportunities facing the foodservice packaging industry. Members include foodservice packaging manufacturers and their raw material and machinery suppliers, restaurants, grocery and convenience stores, distributors and nearly 50 school districts, colleges and universities. Learn more at http://www.fpi.org.