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EFFA welcomes McCormick as new member

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Since 1 January 2018, the European Flavour Association (EFFA) has a new full ordinary member, McCormick & Company. This brings EFFA membership to 22 companies and National Associations.
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Paris Flavour Day

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Following the FlavourDays in Brussels (June), London (September) and Copenhagen (October) this year and before the Flavour Days in Istanbul and Berlin in 2018, SNIAA, the French Flavour Association, organised the Paris FlavourDay on November 16th.
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#FlavourDays at the European Association Summit 2018

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EFFA’s Communications Director, Jimena Gómez de la Flor, has been confirmed as a speaker at the next European Association Summit to present the #FlavourDays initiative.
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Copenhagen FlavourDays

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The Danish Agriculture & Food Council (DAFC) and the Danish Flavour Organization (DFO) hosted the EFFA Core and Flex meetings on the 4th and 5th of October in Copenhagen-. Additionally, under the title “Copenhagen Flavourdays” they introduced the European flavour experts to the flavours of the Nordic cuisine.
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New EFFA Board

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Meet the new EFFA Board, from left to right: Massimo Barbeni (AISPEC), Jean Robello (Firmenich, Past President), Dirk Bennwitz (Symrise), Jean Mane (MANE, EFFA Treasurer), Antoine Kastler (Robertet, EFFA President), Henning Hartnacke (Givaudan, EFFA Vice President), Dirk-Archim Müller (DVAI), Marc van der Duijs (IFF) and Alexander Mohr, EFFA Executive Director.
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EFFA General Assembly 2017

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The EFFA General Assembly 2017 took place in London (UK) on the 21st of September. It was the opportunity to update our members on all the progress made by EFFA during 2017 and an outlook on 2018. The session was followed by a debate on the 'Potential consequences of Brexit for the UK and EU food Business'. Representing more than 300 European SME's this is a very important topic for EFFA. We had the participation of Peter Wilding from British Influence and Tim Renders, Deputy Director, Exports and EU Exit at the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
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