Washington Food Industry Association (WFIA) supports and represents the neighborhood grocers, convenience and specialty retail stores, suppliers, and distributors that make up the fabric of our communities in Washington State.Join WFIA Today
Independent community grocers in Washington State.
Local and independent convenience stores and specialty neighborhood stores that supply food staples, including micro-groceries, fuel stations and Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations.
Washington-based suppliers and distributors that support our local independent operators.
WFIA is a non-profit, statewide trade association comprised of independent supermarkets, convenience stores, and their suppliers. WFIA's membership represents more than 70,000 stable, reliable jobs and $3 billion in wages. Our members generate approximately $3 billion in state and local taxes.
Located in Olympia, WFIA is one of the oldest trade associations. Since day one, it's been our goal to support and serve the community-focused grocers, convenience stores and suppliers in our beautiful state.
We are proud to say that we've stayed true to our goal for over 120 years and are recognized as industry leaders in areas of government, industry relations, and education.
When you become a WFIA member, the WFIA staff is there for you - advocacy and support are always just an email and a phone call away. We work together to respond to emergency situations, to take legislative action, and to put your interests first!
We specialize in administering workers' compensation Retrospective Rating (Retro) programs and have more experience than any other company in the state.