The CMC’s March 22 Newsletter is now available. Inside you’ll find updates since the last issue including:

  • 2022 Winter Meeting Recap
  • CY 2021 Q1 Summary Report
  • MRL & Trade Policy Update
  • New Committee Members
  • International Marketing Promotion
  • FAIR Evaluation
  • Strategic Plan Progress

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