North American Millers’ Association

From MarketsWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Integritas banner.gif
North American Millers' Association
Founded 1998
Headquarters Washington, D.C.
Key People James A. Bair, Vice President; Jane DeMarchi, Director of Government Relations; Betsy Faga, President,
Web site

The North American Miller's Association (NAMA) is a trade association that represents the wheat, corn, oat and rye milling industry. Its purpose is to organize and promote the general welfare, benefit, and common purposes of the dry grain milling and protein grain processing industry. [1]

NAMA is represented on the CFTC's Subcommittee on Convergence in Agricultural Commodity Markets by Rick Cole of General Mills, Inc. [2]


NAMA was established in April 1998 as a result of the merger of the Millers' National Federation (established 1902), the American Corn Millers' Federation (established 1918), and Protein Grain Products International. In 1999 the American Oat Association (established 1988) merged with NAMA.

Products and Services


NAMA's 48 milling member companies operate 170 mills in 38 states and Canada with aggregate production of more than 160 million pounds per day, approximately 95 percent of the total industry capacity.

NAMA has 29 associate members that provide such products and/or services to the milling companies as milling machinery and systems, packaging materials, cargo transportation, vitamin and mineral additives, fumigants and other pesticides, financial services and seed wheat, corn and oats.

Key People


  1. NAMA Background. North American Millers' Association.
  2. General News Releases. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.