The National Confectioners Association (NCA), sponsor of the Sweets & Snacks Expo, has changed the dates of its 2012 Expo in Chicago to May 8-10 to avoid a conflict with the G8 Summit occurring in the city later that month.
What does NCA stand for?
NCA stands for National Confectioners Association
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We have 433 other meanings of NCA in our Acronym Attic
- National Coastal Assessment (US EPA)
- National Coffee Association
- National College of Arts (Pakistan)
- National Command Authorities
- National Commission on Accrediting (various organizations)
- National Committee on Accreditation
- National Communication Association
- National Communications Agency
- National Competition Agency (various locations)
- National Competition Authority (EU)
- National Conservation Area (US Bureau of Land Management)
- National Constitutional Assembly (Zimbabwe)
- National Constructors Association
- National Consumer Agency (Ireland)
- National Contest Association
- National Coordinating Agency
- National Cosmetology Association
- National Costumers Association (Indianapolis, IN)
- National Council for Adoption
- National Council of Attractions
Samples in periodicals archive:
In a national survey conducted by the National Confectioners Association, elementary school teachers gave top grades to sweets as gifts from their students, noting they would prefer receiving a box of chocolates over getting a traditional shiny red apple by a four-to-one margin.
At the recent 2004 All Candy Expo in Chicago, Larry Graham, president of the National Confectioners Association, described recent trends taking hold of the candy category.
In addition to GMA, other organizations signing onto the comments include the American Bakers Association, Biscuit & Cracker Manufacturers Association, Food Marketing Institute, Institute of Shortening & Edible Oils, International Dairy Foods Association, National Confectioners Association, National Council of Chain Restaurants, National Restaurant Association and National Soft Drink Association.