We’re With You Every Step of The Way
From our state capitol in Concord, NH to the United States Capitol in Washington, DC, proposed state and federal regulations and legislation affects us all.
Each legislative session yields thousands of potential new laws. NHGA works to advance the grocery community’s priorities outside and inside the State Capitol.
Since 1933, NHGA has been serving NH’s community of grocers, suppliers, and wholesalers as the voice of the state’s food industries.
NHGA is dedicated to information sharing and providing its members with industry-relevant educational opportunities.
News & Resources
NHGA serves as the intermediate point for NH’s grocery industry. Our monthly News & Food Report magazine and annual Who’s Who Year in Review & Resource Guide will keep informed.
NHGA offers Member-Only Programs that help keep your business running smoothly, while saving valuable time and money.
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What Our Members Are Saying
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I can’t say enough positive things about NHGA’s energy program. Unlike my last provider, Sprague Energy provides much more than just an energy solution. Bob Savary with Sprague Energy is a true professional who is knowledgeable, responsive, dependable, and offers exceptional customer service. He simplified a convoluted transition process due to my last provider. He created a custom solution for my business that has significantly reduced my energy costs and prepared me for future market fluctuations. Moreover, I am always informed of essential market and procurement intelligence to help me take control of my energy costs. In short, Bob is an energy consultant that understands my business and helps me to create a long-term energy strategy to brace against an ever-evolving industry.
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I moved my workers’ comp and saved money over my previous policy. I would recommend that all grocers take the time to look at a quote. Workers Comp is a necessary evil, so why pay more than you have to. In addition, I am eligible for a dividend check each year based on the claims experience of the group. That has further reduced my business cost each year. The best part is, I do not sacrifice any service at these low costs. When an accident has occurred, the service to the business and associate has been professional and timely.