EFFA joined Social Media (Twitter and LinkedIn) three years ago, and since then, we have come a long way. The initially more cautious steps are have evolved today into very active accounts with steady organic growth. And what is more important, a very useful tool to engage with our stakeholders, such as the EU institutions or customer associations.
EFFA co-signed a joint statement with other EU sectors affected by the Transatlantic Aircraft Dispute, calling for an urgent de-escalation.
We are delighted to share with you the EFFA Policy Manifesto, which includes the industry’s overall key messages, putting the European flavour industry in the right context of the ongoing policy dossiers at EU level.
The 12th EFFA General Assembly was held in virtually on 2nd of October 2020.
The EFFA President, Mr Antoine Kastler, welcomed the attendees to the EFFA General Assembly, representing National Associations and Member Companies. This is a yearly opportunity for the EFFA Secretariat to update the EFFA membership on the activities undertaken during the year and give an outlook to next year's projects.
We are delighted to share with you the brand-new EFFA Brochure. The Brochure provides information about EFFA, its membership, facts and figures about flavourings and highlights the position of the flavour industry as a key partner in the food and drink value chain.
EFFA together with our member the UK Flavour Association have developed a Joint Position Paper on the future EU-UK Trade agreement. The objective of this Paper is to outline the position of the European flavour industry for a future EU-UK trade agreement and explain the role the flavour industry plays in terms of trade.
Article featured in Ingredients Insight - 15 May 2019