Puerto Rico Chamber of Marketing, Industry, and Distribution of Food
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The Puerto Rico Chamber of Marketing, Industry, and Distribution of Food —Spanish: Cámara de Mercadeo, Industria y Distribución de Alimentos de Puerto Rico (MIDA)— is a private, voluntary, and non-profit trade association that advocates for the food industry and ancillary businesses in Puerto Rico. The chamber was founded in 2003 by merging the Puerto Rico Chamber of Wholesale Traders and the Puerto Rico Association of Wholesalers, Importers, and Food Distributors.