- JOB VACANCY - Membership Development Officer/Manager CLICK HERE
- To learn more about BFBi, view the new BFBi Film CLICK HERE
- PROFIT THROUGH QUALITY GAS
- How sure are you of your beverage gas? CLICK HERE
- How to respond to CO2 Cellar Alarms. To download poster CLICK HERE
- Cheap Beer Gas Can Prove Costly - to see why CLICK HERE
- Good Gas Good Business CLICK HERE
DRINKS DISPENSE LEVEL 2 TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE
- To view the BIIAB Course Leaflet CLICK HERE. For further information contact email@example.com
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE: Recommend a company as a Member to BFBi and receive a free ticket to an event of your choice. CLICK HERE for further details
- EXPORT MENTORING FROM UKTI CLICK HERE
THE BFBI - REPRESENTING THE ENTIRE VALUE CHAIN SUPPLYING THE BREWING, FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
WELCOME.. to the only international trade association representing the entire value chain supplying the food & drink industry worldwide. We believe that we are unique in that we represent an entire value chain - from seed merchants, barley growers, maltsters, hop merchants, suppliers of raw materials through to production and packaging machinery manufacturers and suppliers and dispense/point of sale suppliers, manufacturers and installers. Our core values are sustainability of the value chain; fraternity; ...... Read more
We provide a full range of services including:
- weekly updates of industry news
- free entry within the Association's Annual Directory
- management and financial help at a number of overseas exhibitions discounted stand space at the triannual International Brewing Convention
- free of charge Business Advisory Helpline
- participation in social and professional activities, enabling Members to maintain direct contact with decision makers within the industry
- representation via trade committees and direct lobbying at UK, European and International level
In anticipation of potentially restrictive Government legislation, the Brewing, Food & Beverage Industry Suppliers Association (BFBi) was formed on February 15th 1907 as the Allied Brewery Traders Association (ABTA).
On September 27th 1908, over 120,000 workers from the brewing trade marched through Hyde Park in London to demonstrate against the proposal, which threatened the closure of over 30,000 public houses. Exactly two months later the Bill was rejected in the House of Lords and the value the BFBi offered the industry was clearly established.
The Association has helped industry meet many challenges over the years - through two world wars, and, more recently, embracing European legislation.