Mediterranean International Association of the Processing Tomato
Association méditerranéenne internationale de la tomate transformée (AMITOM)
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1979-05-16 Rome Italy
16 May 1979, Rome (Italy). Statutes approved by the constitutive General Assembly, 16 May 1979, Rome; modified by several Extraordinary General Assemblies: 28 Jan 1983, Athens (Greece); 16 Jun 1986, Tel Aviv; 10 May 1990, Athens; 20 Jun 1997, Tunis (Tunisia); 26 Oct 2000, Paris (France); 20 Jun 2003, Madrid (Spain).
Establish permanent links between interprofessional or professional and cooperative representatives of the tomato processing industry, in order to coordinate efforts meant to safeguard their interests and improve and increase consumption of products derived from the tomato.
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