What is SEMA?
Southeastern Meat Association (SEMA) represents the interests, issues and concerns of meat and/or poultry packers, processors and distributors in the Southeastern United States.
Who is SEMA?
SEMA Members represent the top meat industry producers, suppliers, packers and vendors in the Southeast.
Why Join SEMA?
Membership in the Southeastern Meat Association (SEMA) gives you and your company a chance to shape the future of the meat industry in the United States.
SEMA Members stay abreast of industry news and regulations (SEMA Newsletter), and attend educational courses and meetings to increase the efficiency of meat and poultry plants.
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The Southeastern Meat Association (SEMA) is an organization of persons, firms or corporations who are meat and/or poultry packers, processors or distributors, and firms furnishing services or supplies to the packers, processors and distributors. Member companies represent the top meat producers and suppliers in the Southeast.
SEMA strives to provide networking, partnership and educational opportunities to its members to ensure the success of all its 300 member companies. The annual convention provides an excellent opportunity to learn and network with others in the meat industry.
Southeastern Meat Association
2019 Annual Convention
June 6-9, 2019
The SEMA Board of Directors invites you to attend the Annual SEMA Convention.
The SEMA rate of $295.00 per person includes:
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Convention Registration & Information
SEMA office: Phone 910-240-3210
Click the link for SEMA to make online reservations:
Or call 1-800-201-3205
Group Room Rate is $ 169.00 with $ 15.00 daily resort fee
Please make reservations before May 10th, 2019
The program is designed to provide the attendee with a working knowledge of HACCP and its supporting programs. The information will be presented by certified instructors in short, concise lectures. In addition, within small working groups, the attendees will actually develop a HACCP plan and present it to the class for discussion and critique. Upon successful completion of the course, the attendee will be registered with the International HACCP Alliance and recognized as completing a HACCP training program.
Light morning and afternoon snacks, as well as lunch,during the the two day training period are included in the registration. A Basic HACCP manual will be provided.
Basic HACCP Training, Kissimmee, FL
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 8:00 AM - Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Florida Cattlemen's Association
800 Shake Rag Road
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Basic HACCP Training, Miami, FL
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 8:00 AM - Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Crowne Plaza Miami International Airport
950 NW 42nd Avenue (LeJeune Road)
Miami, FL 33126
Basic HACCP Training, Gainesville, FL
Wednesday, August 7, 2019 - Thursday, August 8, 2019
University of Florida Beef Teaching Unit
3721 SW 23rd Street
Gainesville, FL 32608
Champaign, IL, November 14, 2018 – The American Meat Science Association (AMSA) is excited to announce that a PORK 101 course to be held in 2019 at the University of Florida March 4-6. With the addition of the course, we can expand the outreach of this valuable program and enable others to take advantage of the great opportunity to learn from our outstanding AMSA members.
PORK 101 is hosted by AMSA in cooperation with the National Pork Board and is sponsored by Merck Animal Health. Attendees will experience firsthand the swine industry from live animal production through finished pork products. The course concludes with the attendees preparing and sampling products from pork carcasses including pumped loins, bacon, hams, and sausage.