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1963-03-17 Brussels Belgium
17 Mar 1963, Brussels (Belgium), as Association of the Maize Starch Industries of the EEC – Association des amidonneries de maïs de la CEE (AAM). Name changed to Association of the Cereal Starch Industries of the EU – Association des amidonneries de céréales de l'UE (AAC) 1 Oct 1988, on merger with U-XE3433 - EEC Wheat Starch Manufacturers' Association (EWSA). Subsequently known as Association des amidonniers et féculiers (AAF) – European Starch Industry Association. Present name adopted, 2014. EU Transparency Register: 57787966531-03.
Promote and protect the interests of EU starch producers to EU and international institutions and stakeholders, in order to assure a reliable and sustainable supply of safe starch based ingredients in a fair competitive environment.
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